Nigerian rapper and hip-hop recording artist, Illbliss has joined the growing list of celebrities who have been harassed by SARS operatives going by his recent post on social media.
The stage performer and owner of the talent managing outfit known as ‘The Goretti Company’, in a post on his Twitter handle claims that a SARS operative pulled a gun to his head.
According to the rapper, himself and his manager were harassed by the security operatives who asked them both to lie on the floor and searched for possible possession of tramadol.
“Last night SARS had guns to my head! Lying on the coal tar next to my manager, what the f**k is going on? Searching us for tramadol and…..” he tweeted.
The rappers experience is coming after one of Nigeria’s most active rappers YCEE recently slammed assistant commissioner of police Yomi Shogunle for trying to shut down the #EndSars campaign.
YCEE spared no words after Shogunle took to Twitter to discredit the #EndSars campaign calling on his followers on Twitter to go against the movement.
Shogunle who has been against the #EndSars movement posted on his Twitter saying; ‘186 million Retweets to #EndSARS. Oya let’s go!’
In his brutal reply, YCEE replied saying; ‘You’re a hot pile of trash. I pray God blesses you with long life to see an effective Nigerian police force without the likes of officers like you sir’.
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