PRP, DSP Bright Edafe of the Delta State Police has lamblast’s Nigeria singer Paul Okoye, also known as King Rudy.
Psquare’s other half criticized the police in his /Instagram story.
Paul gave explanations for why police officers frequently stop and enter vehicles in the wake of Ice Prince’s detention.
According to Paul, the only reason they would act in such a way is if they were seeking for a way to negotiate for a crime that ordinary people did not do.
Paul said, any police officer who gets inside my car, i swore, is either a criminal or a kidnapper.
The only reason a policeman will stop and enter you car is just because they are looking for an avenue to negotiate for a crime you did not commit. As long as a policeman enters my car and tells me to drive… He’s a CRIMINAL OR A KINAPPER
Hitting back at him, DSP Bright Edafe described him as a celebrity with no sense.
“Celebrities with no sense
You may recall that on Friday, September 2, Nigerian hip-hop recording artist Ice Prince Zamani was detained for kidnapping and assaulting a police officer.
This information was provided by Benjamin Hundeyin, a Nigerian police superintendent who currently serves as the Lagos State Police Command’s public relations officer.
On his Twitter page, Hundeyin provided details about the veteran rapper’s arrest, including how and when it happened.
He wrote: “At 3am today,
was stopped for driving without license plates. He agreed to be taken to the station. He, thereafter, abducted the police officer in his car, assaulted him and threatened to throw him in the river.
He has been arrested and would be arraigned today.
Rapper Ice Prince arrested for driving without license plate and abducting a police officer. He would be arraigned today.
The rapper was charged and remanded in custody after appearing in a magistrate court.
His detention at the Ikoyi Correctional Center was mandated by a magistrate court in the Ajah neighborhood of Lagos for allegedly assaulting a police officer.
The Lagos State Police Command on Friday presented the “Oleku” singer before the court on three counts of assault, impeding a policeman from performing his official duty, and kidnapping.
The defendant entered a not guilty plea after having the counts read to him. He was subsequently granted bail in the amount of N500,000 by Magistrate Taiwo Oyaniyi. He also had to provide the court with two trustworthy sureties.
The magistrate ordered his remand and postponed further action in the case until he fulfills the bail requirements.