HATFIELD, United Kingdom (VOICE OF NAIJA) – Afrobeats singer, David Adeleke aka Davido, has responded to his colleague, Oyindamola Emmanuel, popularly known as Dammy Krane regarding the allegations of unpaid debts.
The singer stated that he had never received compensation for the three verses he contributed to Dammy Krane’s song nine years ago.
Dammy Krane in a post on Tuesday claimed that Davido owed him for their successful collaboration on the song “Pere” and appealed to the musician to settle the debt, citing his daughter’s impending school fees as the reason.
“I know it is hard for Rich people to pay debts but @davido pay me my money at least because of my daughter’s sake ( your niece if at all ) school fees are not easy for Naija now, if not for my sake Blooda,” Dammy Krane wrote.
Responding to the allegations on Friday, 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.
Davido also recalled the times he provided shelter and sustenance to Dammy Krane in Atlanta when the latter was homeless.
He 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.”
In a separate post, the ‘Unavailable Crooner’ said “The level of ungratefulness is alarming … lesson learnt.”