Burna Boy warns Dammy Krane against calling Davido ‘murderer’

Grammy-winning Nigerian musician, Damion Ogulu, popularly known as Burna Boy has warned Afrobeats singer Dammy Krane to take down a social media post wherein he accused Davido of being involved in the death of his friend Tagbo Umeike.

Davido previously dismissed claims that he had a hand in Tagbo’s death.
Last month, Krane revisited the matter, accusing Davido of being a “murderer,” hurling curses at the ‘Unavailable’ hitmaker.

Reacting to the accusation, Davido threatened to sue Krane for “defamation of character and cyberbullying”.

Krane, however, continued to call out Davido — despite the legal threat.

On Friday, the singer said he is ready to testify in court against the ‘Assurance’ hitmaker. He also dared Davido to sue him if he was lying.
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“I’m boldly saying @davido has hand in Tagbo’s death,” he wrote.

“If im lying they should sue me, make everything cast for court. I ready help am spread all hin dirty linen for” public.”
But reacting via the post’s comment section, Burna Boy berated Krane for making “insensitive remarks” about Davido.
The Grammy Award winner also called on Krane to delete the post, adding that it was not the right way to handle rift.

He cautioned Dammy Krane against seeking to send Davido to jail, referencing their shared experience of being locked up in prison.

“Bro. WTF are you doing?? Take this down now !! Make me and u no get problem abeg . No be like this we dey handle differences, Burna Boy wrote.
We both know how it feels to be locked up, why TF would you wish that on anyone? I gat love for u but I do NOT stand for none of this police a** shit. Take all this shit down please.”
Umeike died from alleged alcohol poisoning in October 2017 after his birthday party at Shisha Lounge in Lekki, Lagos state.

According to the Medical Examiner’s Office autopsy, alcohol was a substantial factor in the death of a 35-year-old friend of Davido.

The result also showed that he had alcohol and drugs in his system capable of easing a person into the early stages of hypothermia and eventual death.

The toxicology tests detected alcohol (Bacardi 151, 75.5% Alcohol) and topiramate, a medication for epilepsy and/or migraines in a man’s system, in Tagbo Umeike.’

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