Zlatan Ibile ‘4 days in Okotie Eboh’:
Rapper Zlatan has come against purported snitches in new video asking them not to be too quick to conclusions after EFCC freed him.
Following his release by EFCC, rapper Zlatan Ibile, has made a new video to address fake friends and people who snitched on him during his time in custody.
Recall that the trio of Zlatan Ibile, together with Naira Marley and others were paraded over their alleged involvement in Internet fraud.
Four days after the arrest, the anti-graft agency freed Zlatan Ibile on administrative bail but detained Naira Marley.
However, four days after he was freed, the artiste has released a music video titled ‘4 days in Okotie Eboh’ to express his disappointment about those he believed snitched on him while he was in the EFCC net.
The rapper published the song on his Instagram page on Sunday, May 19, 2019, were he advised snitches no to be to quick to Jude.
Opening with a Yoruba proverb, that translates to “pretend you were dead, see who will shed tears over your death. Pretend to be broke and see who’ll ignore you”. Zlatan vibed.
Other lines in the song, which was largely sung in the Yoruba language to address his purported snitches thus translates: “My people know me, forget the fact that they tried to give me a bad name.
The Okotie Eboh in the title of the song is a street in Ikoyi, where the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) office is located in Lagos