Davido breaks silence on Dammy Krane’s debt allegations

Dammy Krane and Davido

Famous singer, David Adeleke, aka Davido, has finally reacted to colleague, Dammy Krane’s allegations that he owes him money for royalties of a song he wrote for the OBO crooner.

The Telegraph reported that Dammy Krane recently called out Davido again over alleged debt, pleading with the DMW boss to pay him for the sake of his daughter.

Reacting to the allegations via his X handle on Friday, Davido said Dammy Krane also never paid him for three verses him gave him in his songs, ‘In Case Of Incasity’, ‘Gbetiti’, and ‘Izzue’.

Davido said he now charges $150,000 per verse, which means Dammy Krane is owing him $450,000 for the three features.

He also said Dammy Krane never paid him for producing his song ‘Pooner’.

Davido added that Dammy Krane never paid him for housing and feeding him when he was homeless in Atlanta years ago.

Quoting Dammy Krane’s tweet where he boasted about being the first person to give Davido the tag ‘On the beat is Davido,’ the DMW boss wrote, “I never got paid for that also my 3 verses I’ve gifted you all your dead career … .. oh yea plus my royalties, we charge now so that’s about $150k x3 a verse.. also house rent and food when u stayed in my house in Atlanta when you were homeless.”