A music journalist, Joey Akan, has narrated his experience with music artiste, Zlatan Ibile, who is suspected to be a member of Nigeria’s most notorious secret cult group, Black Axe confraternity, just hours after the BBC documentary on the country’s most notorious secret cult group, Black Axe confraternity.
This was uncovered after a Twitter user criticized music journalists for being too afraid to publish an article about bands who incorporate cultism themes in their tracks, primarily from Black Axe.
When the music journalist came across such a comment, he gave a small detail about how he was pursued with a gun around the Lagos axis for making such a move.
“The small one wey I been do before, they begin dey hunt me around Lagos with a gun. I’m too old for this smoke.” He wrote.
In further narration to his story, another Twitter user alleged that music star, Zlatan wanted to put a ‘Black Axe hit’ on Joey, but was stopped by fellow popular singer, Davido.
“Zlatan that wanted to put a black axe hit on Joey. Na Davido tell am make e fashi the level. No be sey hit as per kill o. but the mending for bad”
The Twitter user wrote. Confirming the statement, Joey wrote; “These people no know wetin I don see”