Singer Mr Eazi cries for help after his laptop and phones were stolen in Ghana

Singer Mr Eazi cries for help after his laptop and phones were stolen in Ghana

- Mr Eazi recently took to social media to seek the help of Ghanaian stars, Sarkodie and Stonebwoy

- In a series of tweets, he explained that his laptop and phones got stolen in the country

- The singer pleaded with the unknown boy to return his gadgets as he offered a reward for anyone who found them

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Popular Nigerian singer, Mr Eazi, recently fell victim to some thieves in Accra, Ghana.

Although the Oh My Gaw crooner didn’t go into details about how he lost a laptop and phones, he, however, pleaded for the gadgets to be returned.

Singer Mr Eazi cries for help
The singer offered a reward to anyone who would return his stolen items. Photo credit: @mreazi
Source: Instagram

In one tweet, he expressed that some money would be given to whoever found his laptop.

After a while, he tweeted about going to the area to beg the boys as he too was once a hustler.

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He went on to call on some top Ghanaian artistes such as Sarkodie, Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale to come to his aid concerning finding his stolen items.

He pleaded with Shatta Wale to show 'his power' concerning the issue.

To Stonebwoy and Sarkodie, he asked that they give an executive order on the 'streets' to help find his gadgets.

Meanwhile, the singer recently took a trip to Sierra Leone and it appears the visit was a surreal one for him as indicated by the post on his Instastory channel.

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The singer shared a screenshot showing a rather private conversation that he had with his father on Whatsapp. Mr Eazi had posed a question at his old man asking if he ever worked in Sierra Leone.

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In response to his question, the singer’s dad explained that he was in the country when Eazi was born, living in a tent around the Lungi Airport area. He said he was resident in the country from 1990 to 1992.

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