Tuesday, March 2, 2021
39 C
Abuja
Tuesday, March 2, 2021

How & Why Dbanj Was Set Up With The Rape Allegation

Must read

External reserves drop by $1.1bn in one month

 Nike PopoolaExternal reserves dropped by $1.1bn in February, according to statistics obtained from the Central Bank of Nigeria on Monday.The reserves which stood at...

Coronavirus – Africa: First COVID

Today, the governments of Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana began COVID-19 vaccination campaigns aimed at protecting healthcare workers; This week’s first vaccinations happen as a...

FirstBank boosts SME sector with FirstSME Accounts

MONEY MARKET First Bank of Nigeria Limited has announced its Small and  Medium Enterprise, SME,  specific accounts designed to reinforce its  role in putting SMEs...

New reports are emerging daily concerning the alleged rape accusation levelled against D’banj.

According to Investigative journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, Dbanj’s former manager, Frank Amudo allegedly connived with the girl , with the alleged plan to extort money from him over his new endorsement deal with Heritage Bank.

READ ALSO: How Celebrities REACTED To Peter Okoye Comparing Himself To American Singer Usher

Read full reports below:

@seyitannn_ you are a LIAR young lady! I don’t represent @iamdbanj nor take sides. I defend media freedom and in my opinion you should confess because you have DEFAMED the musician and his family. I will now expose the facts on #Kemitalksrape YOU make it hard for victims.”

“@seyitannn_you did NOT tweet these allegations. Your friend who tweeted them for you on instructions of Frank Amudo, DBanj’s FIRED mgr. She contacted me. This is extremely fraudulent as you presented yourself as a RAPE VICTIM. @PoliceNGtake note. Those tweets now deleted!”

“@seyitannn_Just like @timidakoloyou used useless INUENDOS to get attention of an alleged rapist. Your tweet handler now ex pal turned the handle into a charade. You gave sympathizers the impression that DBanj’s team “hijacked” your handle. No evidence from @TwitterSupport

Source: www.Ghgossip.com

- Advertisement -

More articles

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisement -

Latest article

External reserves drop by $1.1bn in one month

 Nike PopoolaExternal reserves dropped by $1.1bn in February, according to statistics obtained from the Central Bank of Nigeria on Monday.The reserves which stood at...

Coronavirus – Africa: First COVID

Today, the governments of Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana began COVID-19 vaccination campaigns aimed at protecting healthcare workers; This week’s first vaccinations happen as a...

FirstBank boosts SME sector with FirstSME Accounts

MONEY MARKET First Bank of Nigeria Limited has announced its Small and  Medium Enterprise, SME,  specific accounts designed to reinforce its  role in putting SMEs...