According to CDQ, the officers stopped him right in the middle of the express with a trailer right behind him.
The rapper shared a video of the incident in which he almost lost his life.
According to him, the officers stopped him right in the middle of the express with a trailer right behind him.
As if that was not bad enough, they shot at his vehicle, bursting the tire during his attempt to escape the trailer.
Watch the video below:
Fortunately, CDQ got the plate number of the van the officers were riding in and shared it in a bid to make sure justice is served.
Some celebs have found themselves in trouble with the law enforcement officers and in true Nigerian way, they ended up being harassed by the operatives.
Unfortunately, in the course of these harassments, some celebrities have ended up being brutalized by law officers who sometimes had to be reprimanded after recognizing the status of these victims.
We take a look at five celebrities who have been harassed by police officers.
Tillaman is the most recent of celebrities to have gone through some really horrible times with the Nigerian Police Force. Tillaman was stopped on his way from his construction site in October 2017 and according to the musician, he wasn't even asked to properly identify himself before he was rough-handled by the police officers. Tillaman had to introduce himself as the son to the Alaafin of Oyo before he was let go.
On February 7th, 2017, African China shared a video of a policeman threatening to shoot him while leaving the set of Sound Sultan's music video shoot in Ajegunle - a suburb of Lagos. According the artist, he had gone to shoot a video with Sound Sultan in the area and was accosted by some "Area Boys" who wanted some money. After giving them the money, a fight broke out and an he attempted to escape from the scene, a police officer came out of nowhere threatening to shoot him. The matter was resolved after he introduced himself to the officers.
In the case of rapper, 2shotz, he was harassed and even spent a night in the Langbasa Division of the Nigeria Police Force in 2015. According to him, he was arrested for no reason, even after trying to explain his identity to the policemen he was still dragged into the station where he was detained.
Vector's case might have been a case of a legal tussle when he had issues with his former record label, YSG, but the rapper revealed he was harassed by men of the Nigeria Police Force on two different occasions. According to him, on the second occasion of his arrest, he was with the police from 3 pm to 10 pm.
Well, May D didn't see it coming when he was allegedly harassed by men of the Nigerian Police attached to the Ikeja City Mall. The incident which took place in 2015 occurred while the singer was riding on a hoverboard. According to him, they accused him of wrongly riding the hoverboard in the premises of the mall. He also claimed that a tear gas was used on him, and a gun was pointed at him also.