Shocking!!! Text Message Showing Wizkid Ordering Thugs To Brutalize Innocent Surulere Boy Exposed, Thugs Arrested By Police

The gang leader of the Surulere axis of Lagos that brutalized a young man who made a video revealing he would boycott Wizkid’s songs has been arrested by officers of the Nigerian police force as well as the text messages exchanged between himself and Wizkid which exposes their plot to punishing the young man unjustly.

The video of the man by name Baruwa being interrogated by the police officers has circulated social media with him on hand-cuffs crying for help and denying that he was involved in the action taken against the innocent young man.

Meanwhile, the exposed text message revealed Baruwa telling Wizkid they were already with the boy who made the threat and also that they were dishing out to the guy the punishment he unjustly deserved for his action.

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This drama is gradually becoming a huge saga but we hope peace forcefully interferes.

See video and text message below:

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#ShokiShitta: Police arrest #BaruwaEleniyan, obtains alleged text message between him and #Wizkid . . Less than 24 hours after some videos emerged of one Baruwa Eleniyan beating a man identified as Shoki for openly criticizing #Wizkid for not settling them in Shitta, Surulere, the Lagos State police has effected his arrest. . . Baruwa was picked up last night and is currently in police custody. Obtained from him is an alleged conversation between him and #Wizkid, detailing how Shoki was nabbed. . . The victim had, in a recent video, told his friends to stop listening to Wizkid because he doesn’t “settle” them. In the video, he drummed support for #Davido. . . He was also alleged to have gone to a shop owned by Wizkid’s sister, yesterday, after hearing that Wizkid was in Surulere for a short visit. [Swipe to view all]

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