Since his main Instagram account was deleted, Booba communicates with his community through the “lapiraterieofficiel” account. But, for a few hours, the boss of the 92i label has decided to migrate to another page. He announced that he will now go through the account channel of his old media, OKLM .
Booba is now on the “ OKLM ” account
In 2020, the social network Instagram decided to permanently delete Booba’s account after sending him multiple warnings. In question, the many invective, threats and insults published regularly by the rapper on his page. Recall that on this account, he had more than 5 million followers . After this deletion, the Duke of Boulogne fell back on Twitter , but also on the Instagram account of his brand “ lapiraterieofficiel ”, whose number of subscribers amounts to 629,000 people. But a few hours ago, the boss of 92 decided to change course on the social network.
Indeed, he asked his community to subscribe now to the account of his old media OKLM, which he recently took control. Despite his disappearance in March 2020, the media still kept his Instagram profile. Thus, through a few stories and a short video, he invited his pirates to join him on this new account to follow his news.
Booba: Why did he choose the OKLM account?
Several reasons justify the shift of Booba from the account of La Piraterie to that of OKLM. The first concerns the large number of followers available to this medium. Indeed, to date, OKLM has accumulated nearly 900,000 subscribers. An important visibility that Kopp wishes to take advantage of to pass his messages.
In addition, this account has a certification, which will increase the visibility of the publications and stories of the interpreter of ” Ratpi world ” . In addition, this certification will certainly open the door to some business opportunities. In addition, by occupying this new account, Kopp will stop interfering with communications concerning his label. Thus, its La Piraterie account will be able to devote itself to its primary mission, only to share news related to the 92i.