Popular Nigerian singer and song wie, Teniola Apata, popularly known as Teni has been accused of ordering he crowd control bouncers attack on a student of the University of Benin, who is believed to be an avid fan of the singer.
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The Nigerian singer was reportedly in Asaba, Delta State, to perform when she allegedly ordered her bouncer to assault a fan. A video shared on Twitter shows a UNIBEN student bleeding from his eyes. Voices in the video accused Teni of being responsible for the attack.
“Teni came to Asaba to play a show and this is what Teni’s bouncer did to somebody there, for saying nothing and for doing nothing to Teni,” a voice claims in the video.
“On Teni’s instruction o,” voices are heard saying in the video.
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“Teni, all your fans, this is how you keep treating them in Nigeria because you’re the biggest artist,” another voice says.
Teni Makanaki @TeniEntertainer rebuffed my friend's cheers and instructed her bouncers to assault him. This happened at The Dome Event Centre, Asaba.
Police officers witnessed the assault but made no attempt to intervene and the artiste drove off without even one question. pic.twitter.com/mP0d3Vq0cX
— Malachi Chidiebere Aboh (@MalachiAboh) October 9, 2022