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End It Now: KWAM 1 Wades Into Davido, Dammy Krane Fight


Fuji maestro, Ayinde Marshall, popularly known as KWAM 1 or K1 De Ultimate, has waded into the fight between Afrobeats superstar, Davido, and his colleague, Dammy Krane.

Davido and Dammy Krane have been at loggerheads for a long time.

Their quarrel took a turn for the worse recently when he accused Davido of being responsible for the death of their associate, Tagbo Umeike, who tragically passed away on Davido’s birthday.

Dammy Krane took to social media to accuse Davido of being involved in Tagbo’s death and even challenged Davido to take legal action against him if he was lying.

He said, “I’m boldly saying @davido has hand in Tagbo’s death,” he wrote.

“If im lying they should sue me, make everything cast for court. I ready help am spread all hin dirty linen for” public.”

He expressed readiness to testify in court and promised to reveal Davido’s alleged misconduct publicly.

KWAM 1, who is currently a tour of the United States, made the plea during a performance at an unidentified city in the United States. The performance is on a video that is circulating on social media.

While singing, KWAM 1 addressed a member of the crowd, who, going by his remarks, is close to both feuding parties.

Singing in Yoruba he said, “I want to send you on an errand to my son, Dammy Krane that he should stop fighting Davido.

“Whatever is the issue, he should let it end. I am appealing to him to end the matter. I don’t want to hear any story again.

“None of you will ever experience the loss of a child. None of you will die. Our prayers will be answered.”

“Both of them, Dammy Krane and Davido, are your children. I have sent somebody to Dammy Krane and spoken to David to pipe down.”

Dammy Krane and Davido’s squabble reportedly stemmed from a disagreement over a song recording in 2017.

Dammy Krane had accused Davido of using his music without proper credit and had tweeted about not being credited for “Pere,” a song featuring Davido and other artists.

Davido responded to these claims, asserting that Dammy Krane was not involved in the song’s production and dismissed the accusations.

The incident escalated briefly on social media, with both artists exchanging heated remarks, but it was ultimately resolved without further escalation, till the latest crisis.

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