Boss LA: See The First Thing RFM Rapper Did After He Was Released From Police Custody

Popular rapper, Boss LA who spent over two weeks in police custody went to the studio immediately after his release on bail at Pademba Road Magistrate Court.

The controversial rapper was alleged for robbery and assault when a fight broke up between him and popular businessman, Osman Jalloh commonly called OJ at Swiss Spirit Hotel in Freetown.

Boss LA was detained at Lumley Police Station and later transfer to OSD Headquarters (Benghazi) in King Harman Road. He was then taken to Criminal Investigation Department (CID) where he spent some days before appear court. The rapper was granted a bail when he appeared court on Friday 30th July, 2021.

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Immediately his released, Boss LA went straight to KME Recording Studio. One of the songs he is recording is titled as ‘Salone Man Too Tok’. On the teaser of the song, Boss LA described the attitudes of Sierra Leoneans on how they handle issues.

The rapper sent a shot to his fellow rapper, Kao Denero. As fans were expecting the rapper to grant an interview or do a Facebook live to explain about the incident, Boss LA will be releasing the song that is believed to have the whole story of the incident.

MORE ABOUT: Boss LA | Kao Denero | Osman Jalloh

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  • Mohamed buya kanu | 2021-08-02 12:25:57
    It mervelous , nice and so unique for Sierra leoneans
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