- Blessing CEO has taken a step back and offered a public apology to the music sensation Davido.
- This came in the wake of her invitation for a tête-à-tête with the police, stemming from some heated allegations of unpaid debts.
- She found herself in hot water with the singer after accusing him of not fully settling the bill for the car he procured for his aide, Israel DMW, through IVD motors.
The controversial relationship therapist, Blessing CEO, has offered a public mea culpa to the Afrobeats sensation, Davido, just days after she publicly called him out for an alleged 4.5 million naira debt.
Blessing found herself in a legal tangle, as evidenced by the circulating videos of her at the police station . Subsequently, in a video posted on her page, she extended an apology to the singer.
She stated that Davido is not one to court trouble, and she regretted the distress her prior remarks had caused him.
In a surprising turn of events, she professed her admiration for the singer, aligning herself with his loyal fanbase, the “30 BG gang,” and earnestly pleaded for his forgiveness for her earlier comments.
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This apology follows a recent controversy in which Blessing Okororo accused Davido of having unpaid dues with a car dealer named IVD.
She asserted that Davido hadn't settled the full payment for a vehicle provided to his aide, Israel. Blessing claimed that IVD had privately confided in her, affirming that Davido owed him money.
However, IVD swiftly refuted these allegations, firmly asserting that he had no outstanding debts with Davido and that Blessing's information was incorrect.
The situation heated up as Blessing Okororo shared private chats and audio recordings of IVD, where he appeared to acknowledge that Davido owed him money.
Subsequently, IVD was compelled to issue a public statement, offering apologies to both Davido and Blessing, and encouraging everyone to move forward, adding a twist to the ongoing saga.