A young Nigerian lady who identifies herself as a staunch fan of embattled relationship expert, Blessing Okoro, has taken to the streets to demand her release from police custody.
In a trending clip, the lady is seen holding a white placard, protesting vigorously for the release of the internet celebrity.
She called on the men of the Nigerian police force to release Blessing Okoro and detain her instead.
“I am calling on all of you Nigerian police. Free Blessing CEO. She did not commit any crime. She did not kill anybody. You guys should free Blessing CEO,” the lady said.
Recall that Blessing was remanded in prison by a Federal High Court in Lagos for alleged cyberbullying, libel, and exhibiting uncensored movies.
She was granted bail in the sum of N10 million with two sureties in the same amount. However, due to her inability to meet the bail conditions, she has allegedly been held in jail for the past two weeks.”
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In other news, Ghanaian rapper, Michael Elliot Darko, professionally known as Obrafour, has filed a lawsuit against Canadian rapper Drake for alleged copyright infringement.
Obrafour is seeking $10 million in damages from Drake, claiming that the Grammy-winning artist sampled the remix of his 2003 song ‘Oye Ohene’ without permission.
The alleged infringement involves Drake’s hit song “Calling My Name,” off his ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ album which was released in 2022 and became a massive hit worldwide.
According to Obrafour, Drake sampled the 2003 remix of Obrafour’s ‘Oye Ohene’ without his permission or proper credit. Read here.