Update: “I know it’s hard for rich people to pay debts but please pay me my money for my daughter’s sake”- Dammy Krane begs Davido

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Update: “I know it’s hard for rich people to pay debts but please pay me my money for my daughter’s sake”- Dammy Krane begs Davido

The  Nigerian singer and composer by name, Oyindamola Johnson Emmanuel, also known as Dammy Krane, has resumed dragging his colleague, Davido, over an alleged debt.

Following his N218 million saga with businessman, Dammy has asked the wealthy singer to repay him for the sake of his daughter.

He noticed how difficult it is for wealthy people to repay debts, but he should consider him for the sake of his daughter, for whom he has been struggling to pay her school tuition.

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Dammy stated that he does not want difficulties with the artist and simply wants him to maintain his end of the contract.

The former artist also mentioned how Davido dropped his signee Idowest from his record label, but he refused to back down since he considered him a brother.

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In response to Davido’s refusal to pay him for the song, he informed him that one cannot have a successful life if they continue to promote oppression.

“Let’s not forget @davido you took Idowest from my record label, I didn’t talk because I saw you as a brother. Neither did I drag the artiste (cos I had done my part to help him). Genuinely I want to know why you don’t want to pay me for a song you tweeted that I wrote after all.

I know it is hard for Rich people t pay debts but @davido for my sake Blooda, okay me my money at least because of my daughter’s sake. (Your niece if at all), school fees no was for Naija now o. Na everybody dey try secure their future.
Na money we want no be wahala o”.

You can’t have a good life if you keep supporting oppression.
God no dey sleep trust me lol”.

This comes after a Nigerian photographer and businessman, Abu Salami, publicly chastised the musician for breaching a contract worth millions of dollars.

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The businessman said that he paid the musician N218 million to influence a football initiative for children, which he did not attend.

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To make matters worse, Davido refused to refund his money and intimidated him by sending thugs to him.

He backed up his claim with a horrific video and multiple screenshots of chats.

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