Harry Song arrested following brawl with Soso Soberekon

The police authorities of Nigeria have allegedly arrested Nigerian singer Harry song on arrival in Lagos. The police authorities have taken him in over an alleged public brawl with fellow musician Soso Soberekon.

The artist from Nigeria laid several extreme claims on his musical associate, Soberekon.


According to some local sources originating from Nigeria, who broke the news on the internet, the Nigerian Artist was taken into custody by the Lagos State Police command officers.

The sources have reported that the singer arrived in Nigeria this morning. The police picked him up from the airport right after his arrival.

The sources of the Lagos police officials have informed the media that the authorities will question Harry Song. Following the investigation, the police authorities will decide whether the artist will be detained further or be released.

The issue with the fellow Nigerian music artist started when Harry song made the allegation against Musical artist, Soso during an interview on the Frankly Speaking podcast. Comedian, Nedu partly hosts this podcast.

During the episode, which features the Nigerian Singer, the Reggae Blues crooner lamented the issue of fake friendships in the entertainment scene of Nigeria.

The singer, Harry Song believes that most people, who are seen as his friends, are his “real enemies” looking for his downfall.


During the episode, Harry Song talked about his relationship with Soso.

He said, “They are my real enemies. If you see Soso now, you’ll say Soso is my friend. Soso is not my friend. Soso is my enemy.

He alleged that his fellow music artist, Soso, sent people to come and kill him in Port Harcourt.

He even encouraged the host to ask his team to confirm this.

Folllowing this, the podcast host asked Harry Song if he had proof of these allegations. He responded, “I have evidence, I have videos, I have pictures.

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