Skiibii, other Nigerian celebrities now boast of being cultists: Harrysong
Nigerian musician Harrison Tare Okiri, popularly known as Harrysong, says several celebrities now boldly indulge in occultic practices to make fame.
“I heard about cultism when I was in secondary school. Now, in the industry, those into cultism do brag about it, saying that they belong to this and that cult,” Harrysong said.
Revealing this during a ‘Frankly Speaking’ interview with other celebrities, he lamented that Nigerian musicians now brag about being cultists and indulging in occultic practices.
Citing fellow musician Skiibii as an example, Harrysong lamented how contemporary Nigerian musicians go into cultism as a badge of honour.
“Skiibii that was staying in the house that I rented. Skiibii that I fed and clothed, insulted me and my wife in Warri because he had joined a cult,” Harrysong said.
Peoples Gazette could not verify Harrysong’s allegation against the “Baddest Boy” crooner Skiibii as requests for comment remained unreplied as at the time of filing this report.
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