Police Say Burna Boy Was ‘Heavily Drugged’ During The Nightclub Shooting Incident

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Christopher Agbodo Ranson
Christopher Agbodo Ranson
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According to the authorities, Damini Ogulu, also known as Burna Boy, was “heavily drugged” and acted “violently and irresponsibly” during a club altercation in which at least two people were injured.

According to a police report cited by Peoples Gazette, Burna Boy abused his power by using his police orderlies to threaten other revelers at the vast Cubana nightclub in the wealthy area.

Things are falling apart: Burna Boy’s ex-girlfriend, Stefflon Don, is planning to release a heated diss tune for him titled ‘First Of All.’

The five officers who are currently in police custody were employed to sow havoc at the nightclub. 

Burna Boy made advances on a married woman and her husband. 

The man’s name was simply Lawrence Irebami.

According to the police report, Lawrence instantly opposed Burna Boy’s attempt to humiliate him, causing commotion. 

According to the article, the couple had only recently married.

According to the account, Burna Boy celebrated as his bodyguards beat the spouse and fired the first bullets into the air. 

According to reports, the spouse and one of his friends were injured by further bullets. 

Burna Boy ran away from the scene.

The identity of the hospital was suppressed by the Gazette because authorities worried the patient and medical professionals would face pressure from Burna Boy’s fans.

The cops did not immediately file reports about what happened, and when they did, they gave misleading descriptions of how the scenario evolved, according to a police report obtained by The Gazette.

After noticing holes in the officers’ allegations, the Victoria Island police unit launched a quiet inquiry into what happened and discovered that the officers had lied in their report.

According to the allegation, the five policemen from the Lagos command who were not assigned to the Grammy-winning performer. 

They were assigned to him immediately from Abuja.

“He acted violently and irresponsibly at the club,” the report said, suspecting he was “heavily drugged” and sought additional time to properly investigate all accounts. The commissioner immediately asked operatives attached to X Squad to look into the matter and the errant officers. The officers have not been arrested as of Sunday afternoon, senior command personnel told The Gazette. Three of them have fled while two have offered to turn themselves in. Burna Boy has reportedly left the country and declined a request to comment on the incident from The Gazette on Sunday afternoon.

Source: Christopher Agbodo Ranson / Virgin Blogger /

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