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“Is Burna Boy publicly confirming Davido is guilty of murder?” – Cynthia Morgan queries Burna Boy over his response to Dammy Krane

Cynthia Morgan queries Burna Boy over his response to Dammy Krane

Former Nigerian dance hall singer Cynthia Morgan, now known as Madrina, has questioned Burna Boy’s response to Dammy Krane’s allegations against Davido.

Kemi Filani reported hours ago that Dammy had once again called out Davido for allegedly having a hand in his friend Tagbo’s death. This allegation didn’t sit well with Burna Boy, as he cautioned him, urging him to take the post down as he noted how this wasn’t the best way to handle it. Burna Boy also noted how Dammy Krane could get arrested over the allegation, and even though he supports him, he wouldn’t want to get involved in any police case.

Reacting to it, Cynthia, via her Instagram story, questioned if Burna Boy was publicly confirming that Davido was guilty of murder or his post was out of ignorance.

“Is Burna Boy publicly confirming Davido is guilty of murder, or this is sheer ignorance?”.

Cynthia Morgan queries Burna Boy over his response to Dammy Krane

Recall that for years now, Davido and Dammy Krane have been at loggerheads after the latter accused him of owing him money. In response, Davido highlighted his support for Dammy Krane in the past, which Dammy Krane countered.

This disagreement has escalated over time, with Dammy Krane claiming that the singer almost tried killing him as he recounted his harrowing near-fatal incident at a Lagos nightclub club late last year.

Days before Davido’s wedding, Dammy had called the singer a murderer, his statement had gotten him into trouble as Davido’s lawyer, gave him 24 hours to retract all offensive publications against Davido on his social media handles. He was also asked to refrain from further publication of defamatory statements against Davido on any platform or risk facing legal actions.

Unbothered with the lawsuit, Dammy Krane alleged that he was a witness to what Davido did to late Tagbo, who was his friend.

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