KCee slams fresh human rights charges against Harrysong

Former Five Star Music labelmates, Kingsley Okonkwo (KCee) and Harrison Okiri (Harrysong) are entangled in a new legitimate tussle over charges of human right abuse.

This went ahead the heels of what had all the earmarks of being a serene resolution of the fight between the pair which was prompted by Harrysong's exit from the label a couple of months back.

In a startling turn, Kcee recorded new charges at a Lagos High Court alleging Harrysong with their former manager, Soso Soberekon, abused his basic rights.

Harrysong, who shared a duplicate of the legal document bearing suit no: LD/5488m/HR/17 on his Instagram page late Thursday night, composed:

"I have never seen where a woman is gang raped and pounded brutally and at same time asked not to cry.

"Despite the fact that you and I know you insulted me, I tuned in to the voice of seniors and apologized to you in spite of all the oppression, yet my prosperity causes you running stomach.

"What's more, to my fans out there, please brace up for impact, since they have decided to hold us down by all means.

"We are prepared to prove them wrong definitely… ,  less I forget, help me ask them, what is my crime this time?”
Meanwhile, Harrysong included in a media talk yesterday:

"I was in my home before I went here and they said Kcee sent court papers to me. I don't know what I have done this time. I asked him what have I done this time, he didn't say anything. I don't know what this is about. I don't have the foggiest idea about my offense"

"These folks are trying to say they are angry with me. Angry with me? What have I done? I don't know what their problem is..."

"Whenever I need to accomplish something or they see anything that is coming up that is great about me, they come to battle and to pull me down".

"So I don't know what the problem is. People would converse with me that I should remain humble, don't battle them back. Notwithstanding when they are abusing me, I don't say anything.

"I am tired. Perhaps after these shows, I would now seat with my group to see what to do". 

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