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Caroline Danjuma accuses singer of dumping dead friend at the hospital

Caroline Danjuma says Davido and his crew dumped the dead body of his friend at an undisclosed General Hospital.

It appeared the social media platform can also be his Achilles heel based on a series of allegation made by actress Caroline Danjuma alleging that the pop star abandoned the deceased at an undisclosed hospital.

The light-skinned movie star questioned him about the train of events that led to the death of the subject. She further berated him for returning to a gig and promoting his show despite the sad incident.

Danjuma assured the singer that the event will be a tough one to sweep under the rug as she was ready to match him pound for pound. She was however more interested in uncovering what led to the demise of Tagbo who was celebrating his birthday on the day of his death.


"Davido where is Tagbo…. he was with you and ur crew last night … you all wore face cap to hide your identities after he died in ur car.. u dumped him at general hospital and ran away … the law must play its role this time.. you all better provide Tagbo alive.. @davidoofficial.

"After you all abandoned him at general hospital you continued you stupid grooving at DNA and had the nerves to promote ur show.. this ain’t no ordinary boy you can intimidate his family… we need you to tell us how he died in ur car and why u ran away.. the police and the hospital confirmed u all ran away.. if u think ur money can save u , u just met ur match. Promise,"  the actress ended a long rant.

The pop star in question was yet to release a statement explaining his involvement in the tragedy which occurred on Monday, October 2, 2017, as at the time of filing this report.

His mind appears firmly focused on the "30 Billion African Tour", the subject of his last post on Instagram.


Forget women drama and some subliminal comments from Wizkid's babymama, if the singer is found culpable, it will be his biggest mess till date.


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