Dammy Krane Reignites Feud with Davido, Alleges Involvement in Tagbo’s Tragic Death

by Adeola Adeyeye
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The longstanding feud between Nigerian singers Dammy Krane and Davido has resurfaced once again, with Dammy Krane leveling serious accusations against his colleague, implicating him in the tragic death of late crew member Tagbo.

In a viral video circulating online, Dammy Krane alleges that Davido, utilizing his wealth and influence, has been covering up nefarious activities, including his involvement in Tagbo’s demise. According to Dammy Krane, Davido purportedly instructed Tagbo to consume 40 shots of Tequila on his 40th birthday, subsequently abandoning him in a car until his untimely passing.

Davido is using money to cover up all his evil deeds. He told Tagbo to drink 40 shots of Tequila on his 40th birthday and abandoned him in the car till he died,” Dammy Krane asserted in the video, reigniting controversy and sparking outrage among fans and industry observers alike.

This latest allegation comes on the heels of Davido’s recent efforts to dispel rumors surrounding his purported arrest, with the singer affirming his intention to take legal action against media outlets responsible for disseminating false information.

Dammy Krane’s accusations aren’t new, as he previously raised concerns about deaths surrounding Davido and his record label. In October, Dammy Krane hinted at a sinister pattern within Davido’s inner circle, suggesting a troubling recurrence of tragic incidents involving individuals close to the singer.

The animosity between Dammy Krane and Davido dates back several years, stemming initially from financial disputes. Dammy Krane had accused Davido of owing him money, despite Davido’s claims of having provided support to his erstwhile colleague, including accommodation assistance.

Their feud has intensified over time, with Dammy Krane using social media as a platform to air grievances and make allegations against Davido. From claims of financial indebtedness to accusations of attempted harm, their public sparring has drawn significant attention within the Nigerian music industry and beyond.

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