Popular Fuji musician Wasiu Ayinde allegedly hit an announcer in Ogun

Popular Fuji musician Wasiu Ayinde allegedly hit an announcer in Ogun

Wole Sorunke, popularly known as MC Murphy, has accused Fuji musician King Wasiu of assault on Ogun State.

We found out that and MC Murphy’s duo met on Thursday at Itori’s Olu’s 60th birthday party, Oba Abdulfatai Akamo.

Both were invited separately to perform at the event as musicians and presenters, respectively.

But MC Murphy accused Master Fuji of beating him blue and black on the occasion.

Speaking on Friday, the competitor told reporters that he was attacked.

after having brought someone on stage to be praised by .

Sorunke said , popularly known as KWAM 1, shockingly ignored him and his client when they left the stage.

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According to him, the singer allegedly pounced on him with the help of

some of his boys, who were identified as KC and Gaji, where he was sitting.

MC Murphy, while showing reporters his puffy cheeks and lips, kept
that later apologized to him; saying, however, that he did not want the incident to be hidden under the rug.

In response to the incident, the broadcasters under the auspices of the Nigerian Independent and Independent Broadcasters Association,

on Friday he attacked Ayinde for the alleged assault on one of them.

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FIBAN President Desmond Nwachukwu expressed his disappointment at the star Fuji,

saying that the act was improper for someone who held the title of ‘Mayegun of Yorubaland’.

The FIBAN president appealed to Oyo’s Alaafin, , to strip Ayinde of the title he gave him.

Meanwhile, Ayinde’s media manager has denied the allegations.

Rasheed said his boss was not involved in any act of violence at the event.

In a concise response, Rasheed said that none of that happened at the party.

He added that whatever happened to the competition at the party had nothing to do with Ayinde.

 

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