Naira Marley's management claims he borrowed implicating laptop found on him

Naira Marley's management claims he borrowed implicating laptop found on him

Fast-rising singer, Afeez Fashola better known as Naira Marley, was arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in the early hours of May 10, 2019, for issues bordering on advance fee fraud and internet related crimes.

Marley was arrested alongside singer Zlatan, and a few others. Zlatan who was arrested alongside Naira Marley finally got his freedom, leaving behind his fellow rapper in custody.

Naira Marley's management claims he borrowed implicating laptop found on him

Naira Marley's management claims he borrowed implicating laptop found on him
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According to reports, Marley is still in the EFCC custody due to the level on incriminating things found on his laptop. However, the singer's management has put out a statement claiming the laptop found on the singer belongs to someone else.

In the statement, it was claimed that the singer borrowed the laptop to enable him upload music, record videos and work while he is in Nigeria.

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The singer was recently in the news for his comments endorsing cyber crime popularly called Yahoo Yahoo and it is no wonder he became a person of interest to the EFCC.

The Issa Goal singer had somewhat become an advocate for cyber crime as he even bashed other celebs who tried to go against his views.

Just recently, Legit.ng reported that veteran rapper, Ruggedman, explained that he has no hands in Naira Marley's arrest.

In a recent statement released by the top music act, he has stated that even though he openly expressed his satisfaction about the arrest, he completely had nothing to do with it.

Ruggedman said he does not have any personal relationship with Naira Marley and all he did was to simply caution him against his public support of what has been considered as a crime by the general majority.

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