Harrysong Reportedly Detained At Lagos Airport
Upon his arrival in the state on Tuesday, October 11, 2022, award-winning Afrobeats musician and vocalist Harrysong was detained at the Murtala Muhammad Airport.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Harrysong said that he had been detained by members of the Nigerian police force at the Murtala Muhammad International Airport after arriving at the airport.
When he and his aide returned to the nation from the United States, they were detained by the police, he revealed on his Instagram story.
Readers may recall that Soso’s attorneys sent Harrysong a letter alleging slander.
When he appeared on the “Frankly Speaking” podcast, Harrysong said that Soso was attempting to kill him.
The letter also ordered that the artist apologize, delete the offensive content from all social media sites, apologize to Soso, and pay 500,000,000,000 in damages.
Harrysong has been given a 7-day deadline to comply with the requests in the letter or risk legal action. That deadline began today. It seems improbable that the arrest is connected to the letter that Soso’s attorney wrote to him, but if it is, it will be very bad because the matter is a civil one and has nothing to do with the Nigerian police.
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