“We Didn’t Need to Pull Guns on Anybody Because We Beat Them with Our Bare Hands” – Seun Kuti

Seun Kuti has reacted to the allegation by Temitayo Ayetoto that Seun pulled a gun during a melee over parking space at his area of residence in Ikeja, Lagos state.

Journalist, Temitayo Ayetoto, via her Twitter handle, alleged that the singer engaged in a fight with some party-guests who attended a party that took place along his street in Ikeja. She alleged that during this brawl with the party-goers, Seun Kuti pulled a gun on them.

After this allegation, Seun Kuti addressed the issue on his Instagram page to state his own side of what happened.
According to Seun, the party-goers parked indiscriminately on his street, making life unbearable for him and his neighbours, with loud music. He said the party started at about 9.30am and they had since then been disturbing the peace of his neighbourhood. The singer said he decided to leave his house at about 7.30pm only for him to discover that one of the party-guest had blocked his gate with a car.

He said things turned chaotic when one of the bouncers at the party threatened his life because he spoke against the way the guests parked their cars. Seun said he and his neighbours attacked the bouncer and ensured they beat him, disfigured his face, and tore his clothes.

”Their bouncer came to meet me and threatened my life. He threatened my f**king life. He said ‘no be you be Seun Kuti? Me I dey come Shrine well well. I go come Shrine come find you. I go treat your f**kup’.

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Yes, there were gunshots because men dey. Men dey! This is f**king Allen fam! You want to try rubbush. I didn’t come to your hood. You want to try rubbish and gunshots wouldn’t go off?”

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