Ycee warns Ugandan singer, Bebecool, not to step foot in West Africa after Tems and Omah Lay arrest

Ycee warns Ugandan singer, Bebecool, not to step foot in West Africa after Tems and Omah Lay arrest

Nigerian rapper Ycee has warned Ugandan singer Bebecool not to step foot into West Africa following the recent drama that happened to Omah Lay and Tems in Uganda some days ago.

Ycee warns Ugandan singer, Bebecool, not to step foot in West Africa after Tems and Omah Lay arrest

Omah Lay and Tems were in the lips of everyone some days ago when they were

arrested by the police in Uganda as they were accused of defying the Covid-19 guidelines in the country.

Both superstars were arraigned in court as it took the intervention of top celebrities

in the entertainment industry and some top Government officials to ensure that they were

released and cleared of all charges.

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However, it was not so long before Bebecool was accused of instigating their arrest as he

took to Facebook to voice out his frustrations before the arrest was made.

His actions have now led to Tems calling him out as she urged him not to step foot in Nigeria or any environment where she is.

Ycee have now joined her as he Bebecool not to step his foot on West Africa for the role he played in the arrest of Omah Lay and Tems.

See his warning to Bebecool below:

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