Kemi Olunloyo Dishes Advice To Simi
Kemi Olunloyo. Photo credit: Instagram

Controversial journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has written to Nigerian singer, Simi after the EFCC paraded colleagues, Naira Marley, and Zlatan Ibile.

According to reports, the paraded musicians are being investigated over their comments and songs glorifying internet fraud aka “Yahoo Yahoo.”

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According to the EFCC, the duo have begun to give useful information regarding their involvement with criminal activities.

Amidst this, she, however, warned Simi to stay mute about the development as she might be called as a witness as well.

She wrote, “The media is the most powerful organization in the world. A male Journalist in Lagos everyone knows snitched in the people you were calling Yahoo boys. You may be called to testify. In America you will end up “taking the 5th” as we call it. 5th Amendment of the US Constitution.

“It is the refusal to testify on the ground that the testimony might tend to incriminate the witness in a crime, based on the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution which provides that “No person….shall be compelled to be a witness against himself,” applied to state courts by the 14th Amendment of the American constitution.

“THERE IS NO SUCH LAW IN OUR USELESS CONSTITUTION. Don’t mess back and forth on Instagram with these boys with cultist affiliates. They may well be innocent but their fans can be ruthless. Their parade has already damaged their reputation and possibly their music career. It may be hard to get a visa to even tour outside Nigeria and that could affect EVERY NIGERIAN ARTIST TOO INCLUDING YOU AND ADEKUNLE.

“PLS SIMI, keep your mouth SHUT. PLSSSSS!! You don’t need this with the feds. I’m the daughter of a high ranking Politician in their stupid party.

“They are all scared of me and that’s why they won’t hire me in any government. My father is a genius and knows popular culture and everything going on in this Nigeria. Get your own attorneys ready in case.”