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Dammy Krane keeps dragging Davido over an alleged debt with “NASO UNA WAN DEY CHOP OSUN MONEY”

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Dammy Krane has taken to social media to seek payment from Davido in the continuing songwriting debt dispute, which looks to still be going on.

As Naijaloaded previously reported, Dammy alleged that OBO had failed to compensate him for writing his song in 2017. Read This

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The tune in question is Davido’s 2017 hit track “Pere,” which also featured Rae Sremmurd and Young Thug from the United States.

Dammy Krane claims that after making attempts to get in touch with Davido’s staff regarding a split sheet and unpaid payments but getting no answer, he called Davido out on the Bird app.

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Although he said he didn’t want to stoop to calling him out online, he was forced to do so after receiving no response to private efforts.

He also posted a copy of Davido’s tweet from 2017, in which he mentioned Dammy as one of the songwriters, as support for his claims.

Davido responded by posting a photo of himself biting a bag of cash on social media along with a laughing emoji as the text.

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The former Hypertek Music signee was humiliated by the singer’s snooty demeanor, so he reposted a message from the fan page dammykrane update.

He questioned whether Davido earns a living off of exploiting other people and whether his uncle Ademola Adeleke intends to run Osun state in the same manner.

He composed;

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”@davido Na so una wan Dey manage the state of Osun, steal from the people, and oppress them, saying “Rise by ripping others” ba, not for Lagos o. We do not agree to pay Dammy Krane. David @david

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The DMW boss was then urged by Dammy to set an example by paying up.

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