Burna Boy breaks silence on robbery attack on Mr 2kay

Burna Boy breaks silence on robbery attack on Mr 2kay

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Added by November 22, 2017


Nigerian dancehall star, Burna Boy has denied involvement in robbery attack on Mr 2kay.

Tunmise Omotore, gang leader of the suspected robbers, had opened up on how they disguised as room service to rob their victim at Eko Hotel and Suites.

Mr 2kay attacked by gunmen at Eko Hotel and Suites

On Monday, Damini Ogulu aka Burna Boy, was declared wanted by Lagos police over the incident.

Burna Boy declared wanted as suspects claim he paid them to rob Mr 2Kay

On Tuesday, his record label insists their artiste is innocent.

“The management of Burnaboy (Spaceship entertainment) hereby makes an official statement regarding the news that Burna Boy has been declared wanted by the police”, a statement by the company read.

“We use this medium to categorically state that Burna Boy is not in any way involved with the robbery and beating up of Grafton records artiste Mr 2kay on the 22nd October.

“The first and only invitation burna boy has ever received from the police was issued yesterday Nov 20th 2017. This invitation was honoured yesterday and it has been made clear that he is happy to cooperate with the police as best as he can.

“It is pertinent to note that he was never served an arrest warrant nor has he been declared wanted

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