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“They should open GoFundMe like they did on his birthday” Dammy Krane appeals to Burna Boy, others over his debt saga with Davido



Afrobeat singer, Dammy Krane has appealed to his senior colleague, Burna Boy, and others to open a GoFundMe for Davido so he can pay his debt.

It is no longer news that for some days now, Dammy has resumed dragging the singer over an alleged debt, which stemmed from their collaboration back in the days.

A Twitter user had urged Burna Boy to help Davido pay the debt he owes Dammy and Abu Salami, rather than give Pulse Ng and Instablog free money.

“Burna Boy should help Davido to pay Dammy Krane and Abu Salami instead of giving PulseNg and Instablog free money”.

Reacting, Dammy Krane stated that the Grammy singer should rather open a GoFundMe for him like they did for his 29th birthday.

“Or they can do Owe B Owe GoFundMe like they did for his birthday to clear Abi na buy a new car.
Ps: Rich man pikin go think say Poor man pikin na rich man only in Naija; poor man pikin go donate for Rich man pikin, set poor ma pikin no dey think at all”.

Recall that for over a year now, Dammy Krane had claimed that Davido was yet to pay him for their then-hit song, Pere.

He claimed that all efforts to reach out to the singer proved abortive, which left him with no choice but to publicly call him out.

He had also dragged colleague, Tekno into their fight and had even alleged that Davido had sent his guys to beat him up and had shared photos as evidence.

Following a public call-out by Nigerian businessman, Abu Salami over an alleged debt Davido owed him, Dammy Krane had resumed his dragging.

He appealed to the billionaire musician to pay him his debt for his daughter’s sake, whose school fees need to be paid.

Replying him, Davido recounted how he housed and fed him in Atlanta when he was homeless and more and Dammy hit back sharing his side of the story.

Taking things to the extreme, he has teamed up with fast-rising singer, Portable to record a diss track for him.

The duo shared a video of them in the studio recording the track, which takes a shot at Davido over his alleged unpaid debt to Dammy Krane.

Also recall that a Nigerian photographer, Abu Salami publicly called out the singer for reneging on a contract worth millions.

The businessman claimed to have paid the singer N218 million to influence a football project for kids, which he failed to show up for.

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

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