KanyiDaily had reported how Omah Lay, Tems and her manager, Muyiwa Awomiyi, were arrested by the Police in Uganda after performing at an event last Saturnay night.
The trio were later charged to court on grounds on performing at an unauthorized concert and disobeying COVID-19 protocols in Uganda.
They spent two days in police custody with a court hearing before they were released and returned to Nigeria on Thursday, December 17.
Barely 24 hours after their return to Nigeria, Tems took to her Twitter page to narrated how Bebe Cool called the police on them while they were in their hotel room in Uganda.
She explained that Bebe Cool had nothing to do with their release, noting that he bribed the police to get their release documents look good before the public.
Calling the Ugandan artist some unprintable names, the “Damages” crooner threathened to deal with him if he ever set foot in Nigeria.
She wrote: “@BebeCoolUG first of all, You are what I call a stinking dirty fucking BITCH,” she tweeted last night, adding, “You called the police on us. YOU got us arrested. Dickless fuck.”
“Your friend broke into our room and took us after YOU called. Only for me to see you in the DPO’s office, chilling and Laughing with him. Lmao in my presence and you thought I would sit there and allow you to speak to me. YOU are worse than shit.”
“I know you before? Who the Fvck are you? You followed the police around and bribed them to send you pictures of our release papers so that you can look like you had anything to do with the release. See your head? Na pit latrine dey inside not brain.”
“I swear AVOID Nigeria for the rest of your life. If you ever find out I’m in the same place as you. RUN for your life because I will not be in chains. And nothing will stop me from pouncing on you. You should cut off your dick, it’s clearly too small to be useful.
“This is the last time I’m speaking about this. Enjoy the Clout. It is the most you will EVER get in your life.”
.@BebeCoolUG first of all, You are what I call a stinking dirty fucking BITCH.
— TEMS (@temsbaby) December 18, 2020
Meanwhile, Tems annd Omah Lay has also taken to their social media pages to express gratitude to fans, family and government officials for support during their trying times in Uganda.