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Monday, 20 November 2017

Burna Boy Implicated In Mr 2kay's Robbery At Eko Hotel, Police Invite Him

Reggae and dancehall artiste, Burna Boy has been reportedly linked with the robbery of Mr2Kay in Lagos where he was robbed an beaten up. 

Mr 2Kay
Singer Burna Boy was yesterday invited by the police for questioning over his alleged involvement in singer, Mr 2Kay's robbery at Eko Hotel on Sunday, October 22.
The state Acting Commissioner of Police, Edgal Imohimi, said on Monday that the artiste had a question to answer on the robbery of his colleague, Mr. 2Kay.
Mr 2Kay, real name Abinye David Jumbo, was robbed at gun point inside one of the rooms at Eko Hotel around 11pm after his performance at the “Buckwyld N Breathless” concert at the hotel.
Some of the culprits were arrested and one of them implicated Burna Boy. 
According to what LIB gathered exclusively, a guy named Joel, said to be Burna Boy's road manager, was the last person to leave Mr 2Kay's hotel room before 4 men stormed his room after Mr. 2Kay mistook one of them for room service. They robbed him at gun point and beat him before they left.
"We don't know the level of Burnaboy's involvement in the attack but we know he was invited by the police because the men arrested for the robbery implicated him" a source revealed.
Following the robbery incident, Mr 2kay filed a 500 million naira lawsuit against Eko Hotel and sources says his long-standing beef and a recent one with fellow Port Harcourt bred act, Burna Boy may have led to the incident.
You will recall that a few weeks before the attack, Mr 2Kay slammed Burnaboy on Twitter after Burnaboy said he will beat up fake and fraudulent pastors. We hear that Mr 2Kay calling out Burna Boy didn't go down well with him and he (Burna Boy) sent a dm to Mr2Kay threatening him.

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