Dammy Krane had repeatedly appealed to the Nigerian singer, Davido for attention on his online posts, seeking payment for money he claimed was owed to him.
Amid this ongoing dispute, on Friday, October 27, Davido took to his social media page to address Dammy Krane and also recollect the acts of kindness he had extended to him several years ago when Dammy Krane needed help and was homeless.
Earlier, Dammy Krane had posted on his social media page, recalling an incident from 13 years ago.
He wrote: “who brought out this tweet factually I was the first person to call David ‘On the Beat is Davido’ when he produced “Pooner’ for me in 2010 ( 13 years ago) we was like Dbanj & Donjazzy”
On October 27, Dammy Krane posted on the same social media platform, using wordplay on Davido’s nickname ‘OBO’ to say, “Owe B Owe, Owe Owe One, DAVID-Owe. Please pay me my money, I’m not begging you, it is payment for my work! You don’t have to run away.”
However, not long after, Davido responded on his social media page, asserting that he never received payment for the three verses he had gifted Dammy Krane, which contributed to Dammy Krane’s career.
He also mentioned his royalties and charges for verses, and pointed out that he had provided housing and food when Dammy Krane was homeless and stayed in his house in Atlanta.