Singer Skales, Delta Police PRO Clash Online Over MohBad's Death
Nigerian artiste, Raoul John Njeng-Njeng, aka Skales has raised eyebrows on social media following his clash with the Delta State Police Public Relations Officer, Bright Edafe, on X, formerly Twitter, Thursday.
Skales took to his X account, sharing his stance on the prevailing spate of insecurity in the nation following the death of the late singer MohBad.
The singer's tweet came on the heels of a series of clips published on X showing alleged attacks on MohBad.
"Police no Dey this country," Skales tweeted.
Skale's tweet soon caught the attention of Edafe, who replied by saying X is not a police station as many deem it to be.
"Twitter is not a police station! Twitter is not a police station!! Twitter is not a police station!!! May his soul rest in peace, Amen."
Reacting to Edafe's response, the 'Shake Body' crooner slammed him, tagging Edafe and the force with unprintable terms.
"My friend, will you shut up? ...," he tweeted.
Credit: X | youngskales