Tems, Nigerian R&B vocalist, has threatened to take revenge on Bebe Cool, a Ugandan singer, over his alleged role in her recent arrest and detention. 

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The ‘For Broken Ears‘ singer was arrested by Ugandan police alongside Omah Lay, her Nigerian colleague, over their involvement in an unauthorised concert held last Saturday in Ddungu Resort in Munyonyo, Kampala City.

They were, however, released from detention after heated outrage and finally arrived in Nigeria on Thursday.

In a flurry of tweets on Friday, Tems accused Cool of orchestrating the arrest, alleging that he called his friends to break into their room before inviting the police.

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Tems also claimed that she spotted Cool laughing at them after their arrest at the office of the divisional police officer (DPO) in the east-African country where they were taken to.

The 25-year-old vocalist called on the Ugandan singer to avoid visiting Nigeria, vowing that nothing would stop her from “pouncing” on him.

“@BebeCoolUG You called the police on us. You got us arrested. D**kless f**k,” she wrote.

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“@BebeCoolUG I swear Avoid Nigeria for the rest of your life. If you ever find out I’m in the same place as you. Run for your life because I will not be in chains. And nothing will stop me from pouncing on you. You should cut off your d**k, it’s clearly too small to be useful.

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“@BebeCoolUG I know you before? Who the F**k are you? You followed the police around and bribed them to send you pictures of our release papers so that you can look like you had anything to do with the release. See your head? Na pit latrine dey inside not brain.

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“@BebeCoolUG Your friend broke into our room and took us after You called. Only for me to see you in the DPO’s office, chilling and Laughing with him. Lmao in my presence and you thought I would sit there and allow you to speak to me. You are worse than shit.”

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Cool, whose real name is Moses Ssali, had earlier denied claims he influenced the Nigerian singers’ arrest.



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