‘TULE’ DAVIDO REACT TO DJ CUPPY’S LEGAL THREAT AGAINST ISREAL DMW.

The afro-pop musician singer David has reacted to the legal threat from DJ Cuppy against his colleague associate, ISREAL DMW, for levelling some allegations on her concerning rapper Zlatan Ibile.

The controversy all started when Zlatan got interviewed on SoundCity’s ‘Theswitch’ show, when he denied knowing her. After the both celebrities had a song together, Titled ‘Galato’

He said this after the week Cuppy revealed that she was blocked by Zlatan on all social media platforms.

While reacting to Zlatan Ibile statement, ISREAL hinted at why the rapper did denied knowing DJ Cuppy on TV. According to him, Zlatan never profited from the deals he had with her.

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Cuppy responded to the post and replied that the agreement on the ‘Gelato’ song with Zlatan has not been breached in any form, sharing on social media, she threatened to sue ISREAL for libel and defamation of character.

She said in her words…..” For the record, there have been no breaches of my contractual agreement regarding the song ‘Gelato’ as confirmed by a lawyer. However, ISREAL DMW publicly inaccurately declared I owe an artist money, I am suing him for libel and defamation! See you in court ISREAL”

David reacted to DJ Cuppy’s threat on Instagram, he dropped a comment on her post about the issue, saying ‘TULE’ meaning that she should let ISREAL be.

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Meanwhile a 10 year old girl received a favor from DAVIDO after she played ‘Jowo’ song with a saxophone.

The famous singer David gifted out the sum of N500k to a 10 year old saxophonist who perfectly played ‘Jowo’ in a video that went round on Instagram. A young artist named Temilayo Abodunim displayed her talent by playing one of David’s track perfectly with her saxophone.

She received a noticed from DAVIDO which he offered to credit the sum of N500k to her account.

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