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Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Dbanj Takes Legal Action Against Lady Who Accused Him Of Rape In 2018

Popular Musician Dbanj was accused of Eape and he is seeking legal action to clear his name......
















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  1. Yall need to quit with these false stories.

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    1. O boy na San he hire o... so who do we believe now ... d story of brain banks has tort me that not every rape accusation is legit. May d innocent b freed Nd d guilty face d wrath of d law Nd God!

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    2. Good one and let the drama begin

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    3. Because the girl is poor. I'm sure she is not lying. He knows there is no evidence

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    4. It is very possible for a rich person in Nigeria to bribe a hotel receptionist

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    5. Hope she could afford a good lawyer too because each of them we have to defend their truth has the case progress. Best of luck to them.

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    6. We get plenty SAN, Dbanj just apologize. Later na out of court settlement

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    7. Silence is golden and I wish he had neglected the girl. Now he gives the story more power and publicity by suing. Just my one cent

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    8. The fact the hotel has admitted they gave out two keys shows that the girl was actually raped by Dbanj. If she knew there was another key out there she would've secured herself better, apparently kokorrapist only had to pick up the 2nd key from one of his crew, not even from receptionist, it was already in custody of his team.

      The girl sef na wakajugbe, irresponsible girl moving around at unholy hours with no contingency plan. She's obviously an olosho, kokomaster only needed to have asked nicely and also paid her service charge immediately. Instead he raped her, prolly becos he was under influence of drugs

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  2. God knows the best,Rape accusation is a grievous offence and should not be taken likely.

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    1. Teacher no teach me nonsense!
      The word is 'LIGHTLY'please.

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    2. Teacher, it is lightly and not likely.
      Remove that 'teacher' from your name please.

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    3. Lmao 😁😁😁

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  3. As e dey hot. Rape is not a joke as well as false accusations of rape

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    1. Why bring in your late son? What's the connection? Emotional blackmail?

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  4. Attempt to intimidate and subdue.

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    1. What do you mean? He has a right to defend himself. I detest rapist but we still need to hear all parties out. The lady should get her own lawyers too and both of them should meet in court. Whoever is guilty should be met with the stiff hands of the law as a deterrent to others.

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    2. This is not about intimidation he wants to clear his name and he has the resources to get the best and believe the lady too will be doing the same thing. We don't know the truth and need not to be biased.

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  5. Mtchwwwww. Why bring in the poor boy into this mess? Is it to gain sympathy or what?

    Please defend your self and allow the innocent child rest in peace. Ozuor.

    Immediately i read where he talked about his late son,resentment for him be clouded me. Now I'm so vexed.

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    1. @ozour πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. Totally unnecessary to bring the death of his son into this rape accusation.

      It seems as if he is using that as a crutch to garner public sympathy.

      If his conscience is clear, he should trust God to vindicate him not the memory of his dead child.

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    3. Mehhhnnn!!, I mean.
      As I just read that part where him mention im late son, I just pause, hiss.. Like TF!
      Why taint the memory of that lovely innocent soul with this stupid ass disgusting 'talk'.. The thing dey piss me off, which kain nonsense be this?
      Ah Tor!

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    4. It's desperation. He needs the sentiment so bad. He knows his money can go a long way but he needs the sentiment to glide.

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    5. My thought exactly. How does the allegation of rape have anything to do with the death of his son. Dbanj is guilty. Legal team my fat, smooth, juicy, no cellulite, shinny ass.

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    6. You all are wrong, that was a comment from a bv here referring to that event, and do we know how many platforms he had read comments like that.

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  6. You feed off from positive comments and vain adulation and worship.
    I am not deceived by this flagrant abuse of the dispensation of justice.
    It is all a charade, an intimidation and silencing tool for a girl that perhaps cannot even afford a lawyer.
    😏😏😏😏😏

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    1. She couldn't afford a lawyer then and if she cant afford a lawyer now then what is her aim? A story that was never told until now. Man decides to involve the law and he is seen as intimidating and silencing her? Poverty has terribly clouded alot of you lots brains.

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    2. so if you are accused you should keep quiet because the accuser is poor you should accept the accusation? she boldly came out and didnt hide so im sure she has concrete evidence and a lawyer

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    3. Francis God bless some people are just biased because he is a celebrity what if the lady is lying and we want him to to live with a false story because he is Dbanj.

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    4. Francis thank you o, I don't get it, he decided to ignore wahala, he isn't ignoring he is intimidating her what exactly do people want gangan hian!

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    1. If any one lies against somebody's son God will punish them.

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  8. Masonic litigation.
    🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️

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  9. So you must envelop your response with your late son's death? Oga, we are all sorry for your loss and I for 1, I truly sympathise with you but these 2 issues are two separate things. You can address your loss in a separate post. That you lost your son doesn't mean, a deaf ear must be turned to this allegation.

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    1. Azzin eh.. I nα»₯kwa!
      The other time, he mentioned his upcoming 40th whatever.. Now, it's his late son.
      Like,.. I'm so pained eh.
      TF is wrong with this man?!
      Aaarggh!!!..

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  10. Who is deceived by all these profuse effusion of fallacy?🐷🐷🐷🐷🐷

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  11. Some People will be thanking God we are no longer in the era of sango and amadhioha when all that was needed after an accusation was to take both parties to the shrine and who ever lied shrunk to death on the spot after drinking the water from the shrine. Thank God that God is a just God who defends the defender. It may not be immediately and people are impatient because it takes time but he surely avenge the one who gets hurts. No matter which direction the case goes. May God the one who see all things vindicate the one saying the truth.

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    1. Thank God that God is a just God who the defends the *defenceless*.

      19:35 I do not support taking people to the shrine but in my hometown, you don't need to go to any shrine. Once you rape or murder anyone in cold blood, the rapist or murder gets immediate retribution plus their offsprings will continue to get raped or murdered in cold blood. Anytime something like that happens, the elders will recount how someone in that lineage committed that kind of sacrilege.
      From madness to death or a cycle of the same evil continues in that lineage.

      Between year 2000 to 2015, I have witnessed 4 immediate retribution and not by hearsay.

      I DON'T KNOW IF OUR FOREFATHERS TOOK AN OATH THAT NOBODY SHOULD COMMIT SACRILEGE.

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  12. So a musician who had won all those awards cannot rape?
    Can these liars tell us another version of their client's lies?
    πŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ’©

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  13. Hmmmmmmmm, but why bring the poor boy into this, pity party?

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    1. To gather sympathy so pple will focus on that and not the rape ALLEGATION

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  14. All these is just to save face @Dbanj, that girl couldn't have lied.

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    1. Yes because u were there when he raped her. See ur mouth like funnel

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  15. Lol, oya Nigerians make una pity him he rape the girl because he lost his son. His way he chose to grieve over the lost of his son. Modafucker

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣🀣
      Ike gwuru this Dbanj, why drag in your son into this matter naa??
      Totally unnecessary and uncalled for!

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  16. Why bring his som into this? He wants to gain sympathy, i suppose. Your accuser did not mention your wife, family or late son. Did you or did you not rape her? A simple Yes or No is all we need.

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  17. Dbanj, u better talk bcoz ur silence means u are guilty. Was ds not ur song b4 today, all over? Now Dbanj has talked & u guys can’t even wait for d court case to start , u have concluded ur doubt & verdict. What u expected or wished is for him to come crawling & apologizing that it was d devil? Same thing u did to Uti. I was not there when it happened , so can’t judge any one until a competent court of law handles it , as they say, they’re all accused until proven guilty. U see why silence is golden?

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    1. 20.09 this your writing is familiar

      #rapeapologist

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  18. I don't trust these celebrities... I like D'banj but, I don't trust him.

    Using your late son to gain sympathy will not help you in this matter.

    Many rapists knows that if their victims doesn't report immediately, there will be no evidence; and a case without evidence can easily be to their favour.

    Many Nigerians celebrates and support celebrities no matter their crimes, so, I won't be surprised if people start attacking the girl that claimed she was raped.

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    1. Mrs A such case will even be thrown out,no evidence. My happiness is women are no longer silent. Maybe this perhaps can put men in check,especially influential men,just maybe dey will think of dere reputations.

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    2. Please wassup with Uti’s own lawsuit cos some of us are eagerly waiting to see how it plays out.

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  19. Any fraudster/former yahoo boy can rape if he believes he will not be caught - we all know his antecedent in London .We will not be deceived or intimidated by hiring the biggest SAN . It will be good to set-up a go-fundme to support rape victims to hire the best in class lawyers to avoid this type of sic intimidation in future.

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  20. Why is he seeking 100m damages ? Does he want to rape their financial destiny as well ?

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  21. firstlady blessing16 June 2020 at 21:56

    Abeg go and sit down,that girl is saying truth.

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  22. Hmmmm!!!

    Why bring your late son into this messy,, not a good one Dbanj.

    Only God knows who is saying the truth..

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  23. Nawa for most comments sha. Nice step D'banj

    And to come think of it.. not a fan of any of the Nigerian celebrities...

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  24. Way to go Dbanj πŸ–’
    Everyone deserves fair hearing..
    Good one..

    False rape accusation has to be criminalize tho.. the payment for damages isn't enough, jail time has to be included, just like it is with rape. They both suffer the same pain

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  25. Dbanj has d right to contest d accusation & remains an accused , till proven guilty. He was silent & u guys weren’t having it , he has spoken & u are calling him names. Can we pls allow d court do their job b4 passing our judgment?

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  26. May God vindicate whoever is saying the truth among them.... But I don't think the lady can bring such dehumanizing activity like rape to the public notice with falsity.... She have to think of her own reputation too most especially in a country like ours where most people have awkward mentality....

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  27. If he did, he will pay and so will his children. That is what rapists are ignorant of. But why keep a woman for him to rape? His manager is also to blame or is that one of the price for fame and fortune?

    If she lied against him, karma will catch up with her too.

    Rape is worse than death and not good for anyone-male or female. Rapists also tend to threaten their victims even with death, why is this so? They keep a very bold face/front until caught red-handed then you see the fearful and cowardly look on their faces.

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  28. Rapist. After raping the poor girl, you want to intimidate her and oppress her? God will fight you!

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