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“Bebe Cool you got us arrested; Avoid Nigeria!” – Tems

After releasing the official statement to comprehend fans and those who got her from the Uganda situation and also assured them of her wellbeing, Nigerian singer, Tems moved off on social media to call out Ugandan artiste, Bebe Cool, accusing him to be behind her and Omah Lay’s arrest.

Tems took to her Twitter page on the 18th of December after landing in Nigeria to suggest that a Ugandan artiste who throughout the crisis acted like he was wanting to resolve the problem was in reality behind the arrest the whole time.


Following Tems, Bebe Cool had planned everything and they’d been arrested after BebeCool spoke to his friend who then broke into Tems’room. Following this, Tems revealed she’d spotted Bebe Cool chilling and having a good time inside office of the DPO with the DPO.
She said;

Speaking further, Tems stated that Bebe Cool shouldn’t arrive at Nigeria as she’ll pounce on him if he does because she knows she won’t maintain chains then.

You’d remember that Bebe Cool was usually the one who first announced the release of Omah Lay and Tems with the state papers of these release on the 15th of December, 2020 after being detained in Uganda for just two days after their performance that allegedly violated the Uganda COVID-19 rules and regulations.

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