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It happened in 2019 – Soso Soberekon shares video of Naira Marley’s boys mercilessly ‘dealing with’ Ruggedman



  • Music executive, Soso Soberekon rolls out an old video of the brutal moment rapper, Ruggedman was mercilessly beaten by Naira Marley’s boys.
  • The incident according to Soso Soberekon occurred in London back in 2019.

Music executive, Soso Soberekon recently shared a rare video of the famous rapper, Ruggedman being beaten by Naira Marley’s boys.

According to Soso Soberekon, the incident occurred in 2019 as Naira Marley and his boys trailed Ruggedman to London and dealt with him.

The video shared on Soberekon’s Instagram page shows the moment the unidentified men besieged Ruggedman, hitting him indiscriminately with both bottles and a chair.

Ruggedman however managed to escape but he was still chased by the men.

Sharing the video, Soberekon wrote:

“@ruggedybaba man was also a victim in 2019 in London. Pure evil. #justiceformohbad.”

Watch the video below:

In reaction to the video, some netizens recalled the incident.

See comments below:


Apparently, the video resurfaced due to Mohbad’s death which Nigerians are insisting was caused by the incessant bullying on the singer.

Naira Marley is currently on the blacklist of many Nigerians who are expressing their grievances by trolling him on social media and unfollowing his social media pages.

Naira Marley who at the start of Mohbad’s saga had 7.4 million Instagram followers, is left with 7 million currently as more cybernauts continue to unfollow massively.

In other news, a group of lads who openly described the controversial socialite and show promoter, Sam Larry as their boss have spoken up in a new video.

In the clip, the boys affirmed that nothing will happen to Sam Larry and angry youths can’t do anything to him.

They added that everything would be settled very soon and complexities as regards Mohbad’s death addressed.

The boys ended by stating that Sam Larry is their boss and nothing will happen to him.

They made the utterances in Yoruba language.



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