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After Davido was Accused Of Stealing The Song “Jowo”, his lawyer finally reveals who wrote and produced hit single ‘Jowo’

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Nigerian artist and songwriter David Adeleke also referred to as Davido was accused by one of many followers of Wizkid that he stole a track from one other.

Davido
Davido

A Twitter fan recognized as Thuglife accused Davido of stealing the track “Jowo” from one other artist after he cialmed the artist, Victor AD confirmed it on Hip TV. He additionally disclosed that after Victor AD confronted Davido over stealing of the monitor “Jowo”, he blocked him from all his social media pages and threatened to destroy him if he mentions it publicly.

In a tweet noticed on Thug’s web page, he wrote, “Victor AD simply confirmed davido stole his report “Jowo” based on AD; OBO heard d track after they recorded “Tire You”. He was stunned to see d track on ABT with out him/his mgt consent; He stated davido blocked him on Socials & threatened to break him. This wickedness”.

Nevertheless, Davido’s Lawyer, Prince Bobo Ajudua, has lastly cleared the air on who wrote the hit monitor ‘Jowo’, following controversy in regards to the track.

Davido and his Lawyer, Bobo Ajudua
Davido and his Lawyer, Bobo Ajudua

Though, Victor has come out to quell the hearsay, Davido’s lawyer in a latest tweet additionally shed extra mild on the drama and spilled extra particulars in regards to the track.

Based on him, opposite to hearsay peddling round, the hit track was written by David Adeleke popularly often called Davido and Oladeinde Okubajo.

“So far as I do know, Jowo was carried out by Davido, written by David Adeleke & Oladeinde Okubajo aka @Davido & @Deindeofficial and prod by Jerry Jethro & Peter A. Kehinde Emmanuel aka Napji & Majicboi. That’s so far as I do know. Don’t shoot me I’m simply the man that did the paperwork”. He tweeted.

See his tweet beneath,

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