DJ Chicken rains insults on Zlatan’s family while accusing him of copying his dance style (Video)
Nigerian Disc Jockey and internet sensation, DJ Chicken has accused popular singer cum Zanku pioneer, Zlatan Ibile of copying him.
He took to his social media page and called out Zlatan for allegedly copying his dance style and popularising it.
The former associate of Portable heaped curses and insults on the Lagos Anthem crooner and his family for using his dance to cash out and failing to pay him. DJ Chicken dared Zlatan to continue using the dance in any of his music videos or online promotion.
He demanded that Zlatan should show him love because he also wants to live in Lekki, own big house and drive expensive cars like them. The DJ said Nigerian celebrities live fake life and hardly give others opportunity to shine or be appreciated.
Chicken further claimed that the singer once invited a colleague to his house and gave him N100k after collaborating on a track and ever since that time, the man went into music hiatus.
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The Independent Corrupt Practices and other Related Offences Commission, (ICPC) has allegedly arrested popular singer, Oladapo Oyebanji, aka D’Banj.
Premium Times reports that the award-winning musician was detained by the ICPC on Tuesday, December 6, 2022.
It was gathered that operatives of the commission closed in on D’Banj and he was left with no choice than to surrender himself at its headquarters in Abuja.
The media executive is alleged to have diverted thousands of naira earmarked by the federal government for N-Power project, an empowerment programme set up in 2016 to address youth unemployment.
According to Investigators, D’Banj and some government officials colluded to introduce ghost beneficiaries into the payroll of N-Power.
They said the stipend meant for the ghost beneficiaries of the scheme are then redirected to accounts that have now allegedly been linked to the singer.
Following D’Banj’s failure to show up for interrogation despite multiple invitations, the ICPC launched a manhunt for him with the intention of apprehending the pop star either in Nigeria or abroad. This forced the musician to make himself available at the agency’s head office in the Federal Capital Territory on Tuesday.
It was also gathered that anti-graft agency subjected D’Banj to a prolonged interrogation session after he arrived and consequently detained him. His plea for administrative bail was rejected by officials who said the musician could not be trusted to attend his trial if released on bail.