Paul Okoye, the Nigerian singer, and Bright Edafe, the Delta state police public relations officer (PRO), have engaged each other in a war of words.


The drama started on Sunday when Okoye took to Instagram to call out police officers who stop and enter people’s vehicles on the road.

The musician, better known as Rudeboy, also said he would consider any officer who try such with him as “a criminal or kidnapper”.

Reacting to Okoye’s post, Edafe tackled the singer while likening him to some “celebrities without sense”.


But Okoye fired back at the police spokesman in a follow-up post.

“Lol DSP… I blame us for fighting for a better life for you people. #EndSars. If to say una join us protest, una for make extra money, well paid, buy better soap and body spray so that when una enter cars e nor go get counter smells,” he replied in Pidgin.


“Una mate dey use cars with AC and computer to get information, una do stand under sun abi suffer nor dey tire una? Pray for a good and new government to come and deliver you people. Una own don too much.”

Okoye’s comment comes in the wake of the controversy trailing the arrest and detention of Ice Prince.

The rapper was arrested by the Lagos police command for allegedly assaulting and abducting an officer in his car on their way to the police station.


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