“Davido belongs to a cult and wanted to introduce me to it, I refused” – Businessman Abu Salami spills more

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“Davido belongs to a cult and wanted to introduce me to it, I refused” – Businessman Abu Salami spills more
  • Photographer Abu Salami, who initially blew the whistle on Davido for breaking a N218 million contract, hasn’t backed down, he is unrelenting in reiterating his claims, added more more fuel to the fire with a fresh set of accusations.
  • In the latest viral video, he dropped a bombshell, alleging that Davido attempted to lure him into an exclusive cult he was part of, but he held his ground like a rock and turned down the offer.

Nigerian Businessman and Shutterbug, Abu Salami, sent shockwaves across social media, by making some sensational allegations concerning Davido, alleged that the Afrobeats Superstar once extended an invitation to introduce him to a secretive cult, but he stood his ground and declined.

Recall Abu Salami recently publicly confronted Davido about an outstanding debt of N218 million intended for a children’s project. He claimed the singer withdrew from the agreement, declined to reimburse the sum.

In a recent video update, Abu Salami shockingly revealed that Davido is allegedly associated with a cult group and attempted to initiate him, which he rejected.

Salami also accused Davido of engaging in fraudulent activities and maintaining a phony facade to impress the public.

The businessman averred that numerous attempts to resolve their financial dispute have proven futile, alleged that Davido lacks the funds to settle his debt.

According to him, despite the intervention of mutual friends, a resolution remains elusive due to OBO’s purported financial constraints.

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This is coming after Davido responded to his colleague, Oyindamola Emmanuel, popularly known as Dammy Krane regarding the allegations of unpaid debts, stating that he had never received compensation for the three verses he contributed to Dammy Krane’s song nine years ago.

Davido, in a post on X, pointed out that he had never received compensation for the three verses he contributed to Dammy Krane’s song nine years ago.

OBO also recalled the times he provided shelter and sustenance to Dammy Krane in Atlanta when the latter was homeless.

Davido said, “I never got paid for that also my 3 verses I’ve gifted you all your dead career… .. oh yea plus my royalties, we charge now so that’s about $ 150k x3 a verse.. also house rent and food when u stayed in my house in Atlanta when you were homeless.”

 

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