Following Documentary On Cultism, Journalist Reveals Ordeal With Suspected Member, Zlatan Ibile


Just after the BBC documentary on Nigeria’s most notorious secret cult group, Black Axe confraternity, a music journalist, Joey Akan has narrated his experience with music artiste, Zlatan Ibile, who is suspected to be a member of the aforementioned cult group.

This was revealed after a Twitter user called out music journalists for acting cowardly to publish an article on musicians who use cultism references, mainly from Black Axe in a majority of their songs.

Coming across such a statement, the music journalist revealed a little detail about how he was hunted with a gun, around 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”

See the post below;



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