Yung6ix shares bitter experience in American police cell

Rapper Yung6ix has hinted he had a bitter experience in an American police cell following his arrest in September 2019.

In a tweet on Saturday, the rapper also cursed the American jeweller who got him arrested.

He wrote:

“My prayer is nobody should go through what I went through in American cell. Nobody except the guy who made me go through it. Your generation will not know peace until you come out and confess, your daughters and sons will not know success until you confess. On my last breath.”

He further added;

Racism can cause more mental health issues than we know.

Yung6ix was arrested in the United States after a jeweler accused him of stealing.

The rapper subsequently shared a video on Instagram after his release.

“Was wrongfully accused by kays jewellers. Spent the last few hours wondering if I was going to be another innocent black man getting f—ked by the system. I’m going to be pressing charges for racial profiling #blacklivesmatter,” he said.

Meanwhile, Debo Adebayo, popularly known as Mr Macaroni, a popular Nigerian comedian and skit maker, has narrated his ordeal in the hands of the police following Saturday’s arrest,.

He said they were told that they would be shot in a tweet on Sunday, February 14.

The 28-year-old began by thanking everyone who spoke out to aide their release.

“My name is Debo Adebayo, popularly known as Mr Macaroni. I Want to thank everyone out there for speaking up, I want to thank everyone for the show of love. My phones are bad so I can’t take calls or reply messages.

“I was scared, I did not want to go out at all. My father called me, all my siblings, my friends, everyone called me that don’t go out. In all honesty I did not want to go out,” he said.