Burna Boy declared Wanted for involvement in Mr. 2kay's Robbery Attack.

Burna Boy declared Wanted for involvement in Mr. 2kay's  Robbery Attack.

It might be old news to bring up the robbery attack on Nigerian singer Mr.2kay, but its fresh  and hot to get to know the reason and who is behind the robbery attack. Rumors has it that the man behind 2kay's attack is Burna Boy, and he is wanted by the police.

Mr. 2kay was attacked by four armed men inside his room 847, at Eko Hotels, Victoria Island on October 22. The singer, who was beaten and tied up by the armed men, allegedly lost his Audemais Piquet (AP), automatic gold wristwatch worth $25,000, gold jewellery valued at N1.5million, mobile phones, a pair of Adidas shoes, cash and perfumes to the thieves who posed as hotel workers.

The suspects are Balogun Ademola, 23, Obinna Igwe, 20 and Omotore Tunmise, 27.

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“The gang confessed that Burna Boy, through his road manager, Joel Kantiock, paid them to rob Abiye, according to them, to teach the victim a lesson. Kantiock confessed that his boss Ogiulu instructed him to look for armed men that can rob Abiye to teach him a lesson.

He mobilised the gang with an initial cash sum of N50,000 and a subsequent N50,000 when the job was completed.”

Kantiock however, denied knowing any of the suspects. But the gang leader, Omotore, said Kantiock invited him to deal with Mr. 2Kay on the orders of his boss.

He said,

“Kantiock called me on the telephone and said Mr. 2Kay had to be beaten up. He said Mr. 2Kay had issues with Burna Boy. On getting to the hotel, he gave me the room number where Mr. 2Kay was.

He led me and three others, including one Sunny, to the elevator and told a security man to open the elevator for us. We posed as room service officials, entered his room and beat him up. We tied him up and collected his phones, a wristwatch and some other things. I was paid N50,000.”

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