TI Blaze, the fast-rising Nigerian singer, has had a run-in with police operatives in Lagos state.

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On Thursday, a video surfaced on social media, showing the singer’s associates raising alarm that he had been arrested.

“They’re always harassing TI blaze. They’ve arrested him. See the plate number,” one of his associates screamed.

Prior to this, the singer had taken to Instagram to write in Pidgin English that some police officers threatened to “spray everybody [with bullets]”.

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“Police tell me say if na bush side, they will spray everybody. This country is gone,” the post, with emojis, read.

TheCable contacted Benjamin Hundeyin, Lagos police spokesperson, to ascertain if the singer was arrested or being detained.

However, the PPRO was not available to speak on the matter as his assistant stated that he was away for a meeting.

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TI Blaze’s latest trouble with the police comes less than two weeks after two of his associates were arrested by some operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) in a midnight raid.

The singer had shared a video of his apartment in disarray while calling out to Nigerians to pray for his team.

“NDLEA bumped into my apartment this morning and scattered everywhere. They say I sang about Canadian loud. They also arrested my manager and road manager. They took them away in their Hilux,” the singer, panicky, wrote.

Femi Babafemi, NDLEA spokesperson, had subsequently told TheCable that 2.7 kg of cannabis loud, 5.2 gms of methamphetamine, and 13 tablets of molly were recovered from his home.

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