2Baba Threatens N1B Defamation Suit Against Brymo

2Baba Threatens N1B Defamation Suit Against Brymo

Nigerian music icon, Innocent Idibia, better known as 2Baba has threatened to file a defamation suit against singer, Olawale Ashimi better known as Brymo over his recent tweets.

Recall that Brymo, took to his Twitter page on Monday, 4th October 2021 to disclose that 2Baba allegedly accused him of sleeping with his wife, Annie Idibia, and also physically assaulted him.

On Thursday, 7th October 2021, Brymo once more took to his page to share a letter he received from the lawyers of 2Baba in regards to his tweets.

The letter gave the singer 48 hours to tender an unreserved apology to 2Baba and his family on all his social media pages. It further stated that all comments he made about the music icon be withdrawn from his social media pages.

The letter reads;

“We are solicitors to Mr. Innocent Idibia (p/k/a/2Baba), hereinafter referred to as “Our Client” and on whose instructions we write.

“Your publication on Twitter that our client “falsely accused you of sleeping with his wife” and that our client “was responsible for the attack” on your person, which attack “was for supposedly bedding his Mrs. or for claiming the spot of the greatest artiste alive”, amongst such other similar false accusations have been brought to our clients notice.

“The baseless and false accusation has caused unspeakable distress to our client and his family. You have also caused estimation to be lowered in the estimation of his friends, business associates and wilder members of the public and further caused him a significant loss of business.

“Our client will give you benefit of a doubt, perhaps, you ere inspired to spew such nonsense after one of such self-confessed episodes “of spending days getting high and philandering”. In which case we demand that within 48 (forty eight) hours of receipt of this letter, you withdraw your statement and publish on your entire social media accounts an unreserved apology to our client and his wife.

“Should you fail or refuse to meet our demands, we shall perfect our client’s instruction and pursue redress by seeking no less than one billion naira in damages against you in court”.

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