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Rapper Yung6ix attacked by hoodlums at Alpha beach in Lagos, says he just wanted to show love

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A popular Nigerian rapper has reacted after he was attacked by street hoodlums on Sunday, May 12.

The rap talent identified as Yung6ix was said to have been accosted by thugs at Alpha Beach road in the Lekki area of Lagos state.

An eye witness divulged that people around the area had initially thought the hoodlums were just supporters who wanted to show the celebrity rapper fan love.

However, the situation took a turn for the worse when they snatched his chain and manhandled him.

 

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A popular Nigerian rapper has reacted after he was attacked by street hoodlums on Sunday, May 12.

The rap talent identified as Yung6ix was said to have been accosted by thugs at Alpha Beach road in the Lekki area of Lagos state.

An eye witness divulged that people around the area had initially thought the hoodlums were just supporters who wanted to show the celebrity rapper fan love.

However, the situation took a turn for the worse when they snatched his chain and manhandled him.

“I was there, I saw the whole thing. At first, we all felt it was just boys begging Yung6ix to show love and find them small money. But we started hearing noise and argument. Before we knew what was happening, they snatched his chain immediately and rough-handled the guy.” the witness said.

In the process, the hoodlums also managed to inflict an injury on the rappers ear lobes in an attempt to yank off his ear-rings.

Reacting to the ugly incident, Yung6ix shared a post on his Instagram story in which he disclosed that he just wanted to show love.

In another post on his page, he reassured his supporters that he is doing fine, adding that, the bigger the dream, the bigger the challenges.

The bigger the dream, the bigger the challenges, just want to let everyone know I’m doing fine. He said.

See his post below:

Meanwhile, Legit.ng gathered the report of Nigerian actress Omoni Oboli, who used her social media platform to address online beggars. The Nollywood star charged them to get up and do something instead of expecting handouts from people working hard to earn a living.



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