Davido claims he sheltered and fed destitute Dammy Krane for three years
Davido, the popular artist, finally calls out Dammy Krane, reminding him of how he fed him for three years and gave him free verses as a present when he was destitute despite reports that the singer owes him money.
Dammy Krane has frequently sought attention on his online posts from Nigerian superstar Davido, asking reimbursement for money he claimed was owed to him.
In the midst of this continuous feud, Davido turned to social media on Friday, October 27, to confront Dammy Krane and recall the acts of compassion he had done to him some years ago when Dammy Krane needed aid and was homeless.
Dammy Krane had previously written on his social media profile about a 13-year-old occurrence.
He stated: “who brought out this tweet factually I was the first person to call David ‘On the Beat is Davido’ when he produced “Pooner’ for me in 2010 ( 13 years ago) we was like Dbanj & Donjazzy”
Dammy Krane wrote on the same social media site on October 27th, employing wordplay on Davido’s moniker ‘OBO’ to declare, “Owe B Owe, Owe Owe One, DAVID-Owe.” Please give me my money; I’m not asking you; it’s compensation for my labour! You don’t have to flee.”
Not long after, Davido reacted on his social media page, claiming that he never received paid for the three verses he gave Dammy Krane, which helped Dammy Krane’s career.
He also recounted his royalties and verse fees, as well as how he gave accommodation and food for Dammy Krane when he was homeless and stayed in his Atlanta home.