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DJ Cuppy’s demand in lawsuit filed against Davido’s PA, Israel


DJ Cuppy’s demand in lawsuit filed against Davido’s PA, Israel

Popular Nigerian disk jockey and billionaire heiress, Florence Otedola better known as Dj Cuppy, has made good her threat as her lawyer has now written to Davido’s Personal Assistant, Israel, over alleged libel and defamation of character.

Recall Davido’s P.A, Israel accused DJ Cuppy of using Zlatan for their hit song ‘Gelato’ and never paid him despite the billions received from the collabo.

Israel made this allegations after Cuppy revealed on social media that Zlatan blocked her on WhatsApp and Instagram for over 10 months without saying a word about her offence.

Reacting, DJ Cuppy took to her social media pages to state that she’s suing Israel for defamation, as there had been no breaches of her contractual agreement regarding the song, ‘Gelato’ as confirmed by her lawyers.

However, DJ Cuppy’s lawyers on Thursday serving Israel a pre-action notice.

The letter stated that Israel has been given seven days to withdraw the false statement he made on social media and also tender a public apology to Dj Cuppy.

The statement read in part;

“We also hereby demand that you, Israel provide us with your full assurance and undertaking in writing that you will cease and desist from repeating the publication of those or similar allegations concerning our client.

“Please note that failure to receive a response from you within five days of this service upon you, will mean that we take further actions against you.”


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