“Please nobody should beg me” – Davido says as he set to sue Blessing CEO and others for tarnishing his image
An such artist who has recently been embroiled in a whirlwind of accusations is superstar, Davido.
In a recent tweet, Davido wrote, “make nobody beg me,” a cryptic message that left people wondering about its intent. Many observers couldn’t help but connect this tweet to the ongoing allegations against him, suggesting that it might be directed towards those accusing him of owing money.
He has also written “You want to be famous ba?”suggesting that those who were actively trolling him wanted the clout.
The accusations against Davido began to surface when a man named AbuSalam made a startling revelation. According to him, Davido owed him a substantial sum of 212 million Naira, and his efforts to recover the money from the music sensation had thus far been in vain. The situation had escalated to the point of a physical altercation involving Davido’s associates and Abu Salam’s team, all in a desperate bid to retrieve the money.
AbuSalam’s plea for the money he claims to be owed struck a chord with many onlookers. He stated that people viewed Davido as a celebrity and elevate him to almost god-like status, which absolved him of financial accountability. AbuSalam has gone to the extent of issuing a stern warning, asserting that “if his money is not given to him, blood will flow.”
Adding to the growing chorus of voices, Blessing CEO came forward with a claim that Davido owed him 4.5 million Naira for a car he had purchased for his aide, Israel. Blessing CEO called for Davido to fulfill his financial obligation, stating that the payment for the vehicle was still outstanding. However, the individual who had sold the car to Davido refuted these allegations, vehemently denying that any financial debt remained unpaid.