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Saturday, June 01, 2019

Rapper Ruggedman Says He Regrets Making Naira Marley Case Public

Naira Marley has been granted bail by an Ikeja High Court sitting in Lagos during the week,after temporarily staying in EFCC custody for charges bordering on credit card fraud......

Veteran rapper, Ruggedman, who before Marley was arrested had condemned him for encouraging cyber crime, has stated that if he knew the case would escalate to the level it did, he would not have lashed at him openly.







“If I say I’m not disturbed to know how crazy this Naira Marley case has gotten I’ll be lying. I commented and cautioned him like I would do as a senior colleague to a younger colleague because for me I knew and I could see that what he was saying was not going to go well with a lot of people; especially the authorities, and that’s why I did what I did. If I’d known it was going to get this bad I wouldn’t have said it anywhere I was happy he was arrested, insinuate or joke about fraudster or anything around him”, he said.


While advising the public to quit sending negative vibes the rapper’s way, he added that irrespective of all that has transpired, Naira Marley remains his colleague in the music industry.


“No matter what happens, he’s still a junior colleague in the industry. If people that I don’t know randomly call on me about SARS issue and I carry the matter on my head to get justice for them, why in the world would I want to do something that would bring down a young artiste? That’s not Ruggedman if you know me you know me. What he does not need right now is a lot of unnecessary negative vibes. I’ve seen all the comments and threats and everything. But what I’ll say is God bless everybody because we learn by what happens every day and what we do.”


He, however, urged the rapper’s family, friends and fans to show him love and support because he is experiencing hard times.


“What he needs right now is family, some serious support, some people around him and a very good lawyer. I pray he has that to plead his case. I wish him the best and I hope that everybody learns from this that we need to be guarded on things we do and say. Because whether you’re a musician or not, there are laws; there are rules and regulations. Whether the government is helping or not, it doesn’t mean we break rules because we have authorities who keep everybody in check. I really wish and pray that he comes out of this well. I wish him luck and I wish everybody luck”, he said.


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33 comments:

  1. Naira marley is the cause of his own downfall. In my opinion, RuggedMan did nothing wrong. He only tried to caution Naira marley.

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    1. Rugged man is the one that snitched & went to sign petition against marley. He con dey here dey form Senior colleague.. Rat oshi

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    2. God over everything now people will watch n understand there's power in the tongue (timaya said it all)

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  2. Rugged man, you did the right thing, no need to apologise. Not everyone is bold enough to make a stand.

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    1. Bold you say? Bold is when people like rugged man take a match on the streets of Abuja to protest against the kidnap of the only Christian girl from dapchi, bold is when people like him protests about lack of power, health, education and bad governance, bold is when people like rugedman call out names of politicians that loot our money or insurance companies that collects 5k for our 3rd party car insurance and have no number or office to call when we get involved in a minor accident instead we fight our selves “ you done bash my car, Oga you go pay o!” Meanwhile we have both payed 3rd part insurance that police hold you for when you don’t have it.

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    2. @14:11, bold is also taking an unpopular stand because you know someone has to speak up so the more impressionable ones know that this path is wrong. All those politicians you mentioned were once youths, who got it wrong at one point or the other. To get a better political class, or a better set of executives or mid management in any organization, we need to reorient the youth and children. Onweghi ebe eji azu eje.

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    3. Shut up ode, unpopular stand bawo? Rugged man snitched mehn.. & u bigots on this blog were insulting Naira Marley so he took the unpopular stand in my opinion.. Rugged man just joined the whole issue when it was getting popular so he can chase clout..if it was truly good intentions he would have reached Marley privately.

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    4. @16:52, from where I am standing, it seems you are the ode. Why didn’t Naira Marly exhibit his stupidity in private? Why is the burden on Ruggedman to advice him in private? If he advices in private, does that get to other youths who may be thinking of aligning with N. Marley? On snitching, do you have proof he ACTUALLY spoke to the authorities about N.Marley? If you don’t, SHUT UP.

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  3. SMH
    Deed has been done
    Let both parties learn from it and move on
    I hope naira Marley will calm down now.. E too talk

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    1. He talks too much? Talk is good in this industry but don't do the talk.... Olamide doesn't do half of the shit he said he does.

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  4. Nigeria is doomed.. how can people blame rugged man? No wonder we deserve the leaders we have.. he spoke against fraud and people are against him.. the mumu Naira Marley that openly called himself a fraudster nko? Anyway it’s a waste of time telling some Nigerians anything good as they are evil lots

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    1. Are you sure you’re educated at all or even understand simple English, Naira Marley only asked a question and there was never a part of that song where he called himself a fraudster.

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    2. When did he call himself a fraudster? Your stupidity is overfilled & spilling out.

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  5. No need to feel guilty Ruggedman.
    You are fighting a good cause.
    In this era of loose morals, we need to say the truth as it is.

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  6. You're mad rugged man. It's now your daybreak right? After your dead music career, you were looking for what to do to be relevant.
    You have used him, enjoy two minutes fame. That was how you used Nice and later fuck his wife that he met through you. Your cup will full soon.

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    1. Rugged man is a clout chasing idiot. Fuck him & his hypocrite fake ass self.

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    2. Poor fool. Now you guys are starting to shit bricks when the song hasn't even started playing. Suddenly, your little dicks are starting to shrink, yes? I thought you were 'hard men' from the streets who were going to fuck up those EFCC clowns. Who's the clown now, he he?

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  7. He is still making his regret public.Naira Marley was just a scape goat simple,nobody should feel bad about him

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  8. I hope he will learn to bridle his tongue now. He talks too much

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  9. This Ruggedman sef.
    The boy started ranting all over the place glorifying fraud, on his own,by himself. How is this your fault?

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    1. I guess he's blaming himself cos people are really threatening him on his IG page. They blame him too.

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  10. Ruggedman you didn’t do anything wrong. Naira Marley caused the ish all by himself, when he was running his mouth like tap water forming British he didn’t know the authorities were watching.....he will be alright las las.

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  11. lolzzzz ruggedman I don't understand this your epistle is it coming from an angel of regret or you are scared because I believe everyone is entitled to their own opinion

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  12. Kemi oluloyan was right after all

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  13. Well, I hope Naira Marley and those involve in cybercrime learned from this.

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  15. The way people condemned Ruggedman makes me marvel at the kind of generation we’re raising...
    If you live in a glass house,don’t throw stones!

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  16. I don't know if am making any point,I know Marley was so wrong but again am thinking,could he be that he was thinking if bobrisky living in a glass house can throw stones and get away with it,he too felt same.Now another thing all the money n cars collected from all this Yahoo boys r the EFcc returning them back to the people they defrauded,just asking

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  17. pls all the money and cars they r collecting from this yahoo boys r the so called efcc returning it back to the people they defrauded

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  18. Ruggedman did nothing wrong

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