Cyberbullying: How Davido Dealt With Popular Nigerian Businessman  - The Top Society

Cyberbullying: How Davido Dealt With Popular Nigerian Businessman 

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Afrobeats star, David Adeleke popularly known as Davido has taken legal action against popular businessman, Abu Salami, accusing him of signature forgery and other crimes.
This comes shortly after Salami publicly accused Davido of owing his football academy a substantial sum, specifying the amount as N218 million.
In his detailed account shared on his social media, Salami asserted that he paid Davido for a project, but the singer failed to honor the commitment by not attending the conference, resulting in significant financial losses for Salami.
He further threatened to pursue legal action against Davido for the incident.
Reacting to the allegations, Davido took some legal action against him, accusing the businessman of cyberbullying, cyberstalking and signature forgery.
Photos emerging on social media depicted Salami in police custody filing his statement in connection with the purported arrest.
Before his arrest, Salami had reportedly confessed on X platform that he forged Davido’s signature and expressed pride in his actions.
The Afrobeat singer in recent times have faced series of co-ordinated attack on social media. From women claiming to be pregnant with the singer’s child to a recent public exchange with music producer/singer, Samuel Oguche aka Samklef.
The most recent is that of his colleague Dammy Krane who called him out over an unpaid debt he was reluctant to settle.
In a post made on X, Dammy Krane alleged that Davido owes him, pleading with the singer to pay him because of his (Dammy Krane’s) daugther.
His post reads;
”I know it is hard for Rich people to pay debts but Daivdo if not for my sake Blooda, pay me my money at at least because of my daughter’s sake. (Your niece if at all) school fees no easy for Naija now o, na everybody dey try secure their future. Na money we want no be wahala o.
“Let’s not forget @Davido you took Idowest from my record label, I didn’t talk because I saw you as a brother, neither did I drag the artiste (cos i had done my part to help him). Genuinely i want to know why you don’t want to pay me for a song you tweeted that I wrote after all.”
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