Mr 2Kay uncovers how Burna Boy threatened to assault him over tithe drama
Well known Nigerian artist, Abinye David Jumbo prevalently known as Mr 2Kay, has ended his quiet on the burglary episode and asserted contribution of singer, Burna Boy.
Mr. 2Kay said Burna Boy had issued him a danger however that he took it as a piece of cake.
His announcement took after Lagos State Commissioner of Police, CP Imohimi Edgar’s revelation of Burna Boy needed over his charged inclusion in Mr 2Kay’s travail.
Addressing Vanguard through his director, Silas, Mr 2Kay revealed that Burna Boy’s risk was continuation of his alert on the previous’ assault on Pastors.
He said: “The arrested suspects confessed that Burna Boy contracted them through a third party to teach Mr. 2Kay a lesson because he granted HipTV an interview, where he corrected Burna Boy for saying negative things about Nigerian pastors.
“2Kay only said Burna Boy shouldn’t have spoken ill of pastors because they are anointed men of God so he can’t be talking about them in that manner.
“After the interview, Burna Boy sent a message saying ‘You better have that energy when I come for you because I’m coming for you.”
“We thought it was just an empty threat but unknown to us he was serious about it. All along we didn’t want to talk about it because the police are still doing their investigations.”
“His father was at the station yesterday (Monday), so Burnaboy just has to appear at the station to clarify himself”, he said.
Speaking further, he expressed fear for the safety of his life and members of his team.
He said; “We just have to watch our backs because we’re not safe. Mr. 2Kay will always have security around him, two bodyguards and police protection for every event he goes for now.”
However, he confirmed that the camp has no intentions to press charges against Burna Boy because he is a peace loving person.
“Mr. 2Kay does not want any form of trouble, left to him alone he would drop all charges. But for now it’s left to the police, they have the right to do whatever. On our own end, I don’t think we’re going to press charges”.