Noble Igwe equates drugs to snacks in Nigeria’s entertainment industry

Noble claims that many Nigerians in the creative industry abuse drugs [Image:aaaaaa@nobleingwe/Twitter]
Controversial Nigerian bloggers and entrepreneur Noble Igwe has equated drugs to snacks in the entertainment and creative industry.

According to his allegations, entertainers have easy access to drugs and substances.

Ingwe published this information through the microblogging app following the recent arrest De General, a skitmaker.

“Drugs are like finger food within Nigerian entertainment space.”He wrote.

Sunday Joshua aka De General, a skit-maker was apprehended on Wednesday by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) owing to drugs and substance abuse.

Femi Babafemi, the spokesperson of the agency, said the suspect allegedly admitted to ownership of illegal drugs recovered in his house.

According to Babafemi said the social media sensation was arrested in the early hours of Wednesday following the raid of a notorious drug joint at Orchid Estate, Lekki area of Lagos.

His arrest hatched debates and arguments from his colleagues.

Basketmouth, a known comic started via his Instagram story to take a swipe at NDLEA for arresting someone with a pinch of marijuana.

“Don’t get me wrong, I’m not supporting the use of marijuana, I don’t do such. I’ll never do such a thing but what I’m saying is that you people are wasting taxpayers’ money to go and arrest someone with a small pinch of ‘Igbo’. You just wasted my money now.”

“skitmaker by day. Drug dealer by night. Now that’s some gangster sh!t.” Wrote rapper and radio host N6.