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Nii Soul Shares Details Of How Ronnie Coaches Gave Samini Hefty Slap In Front Of His House

Nii Soul in a recent interview with Tru News Report revealed how he witnessed the late Ronnie Coaches of Buk Bak fame slap the living daylight out of Samini.

According to the singer and rapper, who is now strictly into gospel music, the almost chaotic incident happened right in front of his house, situated opposite Glenns Night Club.

He mentioned that Ronnie Coaches delivered a hefty slap across the face of Samini who was then known as Batman, when he probably gatecrashed on a music video shoot of hiplife duo 4×4.

Nii, on the other hand, couldn’t go into much detail about what led to the slap because he was watching the proceedings from his house, which was a two-story building.

He also eulogised Prince Bright, the leader of the defunct Buk Bak fame, by describing his incredible songwriting abilities and voice. He noted that when the incident happened between Ronnie and Samini, he expressed his willingness to work with Bright, which came to pass years later.

Here’s what he said;

You know there’s this story of the late Ronnie coaches God slapping Samini then known as Batman. Now where the incident happened that was actually in front of my house in Adabraka. You know there’s this story building right opposite Glenn’s Nightclub.

So I was up there when Buk Bak was shooting a music video for 4×4 over there so they were there when setting things up. Then all of a sudden I could hear people doing ‘hey Bati, hey Bati,’ then there was a slap. You know as in Batman trying to stop everybody and all of that so right in front of me nothing happened and around that time.

One of the things that I said to myself was that I would really love to work with Prince Bright you know because before Samini came, they were there so I was literally looking at him. I really love to work with this guy because he has a beautiful voice and it’s a he’s a great writer. Fast forward when you listen to Focus on the Past album, there’s a song called Mata which features Prince Bright.

So you see how strong your confessions are actually all right so I made my confessions years ago when I was just a little boy and today I have a song with him so this is one of the most crazy moments for me you know growing up.

Source – Tru News Report


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