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‘I NEVER LAID HANDS ON BROADCASTER’- – KI DENIES Brutalizing MC MURPHY AT PARTY 

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Fuji Lord, Wasiu Olasunkanmi Marshal, famously known as K1 de Ultimate, has denied reports getting out and about that he beat up telecaster, Wole Sorunke who is more referred to on Radio as MC Murphy at the 60th birthday celebration gathering of Oba Abdulfatai Akamo, the Olu of Itori in Ewekoro, Ogun State, last Thursday night.

 

Shockingly, telecasters under the aegis of Freelance and Independent Broadcasters Association of Nigeria,(FIBAN), had a public interview, on Friday, claiming that the Fuji hotshot beat up the telecaster at the gathering. The FIBAN had likewise approached the Alaafin of Oyo, to peel the artist off his ‘Mayegun of Yorubaland’ title, for the supposed offense.

 

The FIBAN had guaranteed that K1 purportedly disturbed the gathering, which had some noticeable people in participation, when “he and his young men abused, irritated and embarrassed the FIBAN part over what they called a minor issue”.

 

In an announcement on Saturday, the representative of the K1 association, Kunle Rasheed said the occasion painted by Sorunke and FIBAN is a long way from reality.

 

Mr. Rasheed stated, “tragically Mr. Sorunke and FIBAN are genuinely searching for approaches to insult King Wasiu Olasunkanmi Marshal who didn’t in any case merit that from them”.

 

“K1 was never engaged with any savagery at that party. Undoubtedly, many finished K1’s presentation live the web-based media that day thus it turned into an incredible miracle the point this great viciousness occurred that the live cameras didn’t catch it”. On the off chance that without a doubt there was a fracas we are keeping up that it has nothing to do with K1 and his stage where he performed . It was accepted that the radio moderator had issues with individuals at the gathering and in light of the fact that he is known to K1, he was protected from the location of the episode. How at that point would this be able to add up to pounding the telecaster, when in fact he spared him that critical night. This can be coroborrated by individuals present at the event.

 

“For the shirking of uncertainty, K1s title, ‘Mayegun of Yorubaland”, is a strong articulation that the man represents harmony. Anything that transpired (Sorunke) has nothing to do with Alha

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