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Lil Frosh files countersuit against Yhemolee, demands N500m for alleged assault

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Lil Frosh has responded to Yhemolee’s lawsuit by filing a counterclaim.

In the countersuit, the singer is seeking N500 million in damages for the alleged assault.

Lil Frosh had accused Yhemolee, a nightlife influencer, of bullying and slapping him.

The singer alleged a threat to life and said Yhemolee should be held responsible “if anything bad happens” to him.

Yhemolee, in a statement through lawyers, labelled the accusations as defamatory and false.

He had requested the payment of the sum of N200 million for damages.

Lil Frosh’s lawyers, on Thursday, countered Yhemolee’s suit, alleging their client was assaulted at an event.

The lawyers said over 50 individuals witnessed the alleged assault.

They said the truthfulness of their claims can be supported by videos made from the event.

They also dismissed Yhemolee’s claim as “baseless” and described his demands as “laughable”.

“In the presence of over 50 people, at the event, your client not only slapped our client but continued to punch our Client to the extent that our Client sustained injuries,” the letter from Lil Frosh’s lawyers reads in part.

“Our client’s claims against your client are neither malicious, reckless nor false: rather, the claims are factual and truthful, which can be substantiated by witnesses at the event and videos taken and posted by our client.

“Therefore, your claims and demands as stated in your letter are baseless, unfounded, and not granted by our client. It is rather laughable that your client would make such bogus demands from our client.”

Lil Frosh demanded a written undertaking from Yhemolee, a public apology, and N500 million as compensation.

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Odumodublvck fumes as Jaywon says his music is subpar

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Odumodublvck, the Nigerian rapper, has fired back at Jaywon, the singer, over his recent statement about his music.

In an interview with Teju Babyface, Jaywon took a hit at Odumodublvck and Burna Boy for saying “no one paved the way” for them in the music industry.

He added that despite his love for the ‘Declan Rice’ singer, his “music is not all that”.

“I see people like Odumodu, I love Odumodu even though I know his music is not all that but I love the energy. I have watched Odumodu for a while before he even blew up, it was one of my young boy that was distributing his music,” he said.

“I like the guy because the energy, the hard work, it eventually pays off. Because Burna Boy said nobody opened the way for him, you too are coming out to say nobody open the way for you. Yeah you are big but you do not say that.”

Disgruntled by Jaywon’s remark, Odumodublvck took his X page to lambast the singer while writing off his music.

He argued that despite his colleague’s years in the music industry, he has “nothing to show for it”.

Odumodublvck also urged Jaywon to look for ways to make money instead of engaging in interviews.

“Na why Ayra no gree hold your hand, make you no go talk say you have the way for her, still hold am for hand carry am go promise land,” he wrote.

“Baba you no pave any way for me. Awon FERMA, road maintenance agency. No go hustle, chor chor chor, babu workings.

“You like me, but you say my music is not all. OG no be by age, na by doings and coordination. When they can not do what you did, they start to belittle it.

“Mr Jaywon if my music is not all that, then your music is nothing. Bros you no be my OG, na me OD talk am. N****s always trying to play God because they released a song during the time of Melchizedek of old.”

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Jaywon narrates how Eedris Abdulkareem once attacked him in a moving bus

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Jaywon, the Nigerian singer, has claimed that Eedris Abdulkareem assaulted him while they were both under the Kennis Music label.

In a recent interview with Teju Babyface, the comedian, Jaywon described Eedris as a “bully”.

He claimed that after a concert, Eedris sent his associates to attack him for stealing the spotlight.

He also alleged that the ace rapper threatened to harm the bus driver if he stopped driving while he was being beaten.

“A lot of people might know Eedris, but I know Eedris. I was on the same label with him. We were at Kennis Music together and we had a couple of issues,” he said.

“Eedris is a bully. Ask anybody who knows him. Eedris once attacked me with his boys. He attacked me on a bus after a show because he felt I stole his shine at the concert. They were kicking me. It was even in the news that I was in a coma. I tried to stand and they were kicking me down.

“When I finally got up, I confronted the driver. I was like, ‘How will something like this be going and you are still driving?’ Eedris threatened to kill the driver if he stopped driving.”

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Ini Edo and Chineye Nworah clash over ‘Shanty Town’ ownership rights

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Actress Ini Edo and filmmaker Chineye Nworah, who worked together on the Netflix series Shanty Town, are now fighting over who owns the movie.

News has come out that the Netflix team in Africa started discussions last year with Nworah and Giant Creative Media for a second season of Shanty Town because of the success of the first film.

But, on January 15, 2024, Edo sent a legal warning to Netflix, asking them to stop talking to Nworah and Giant Creative Media about making another season.

Ini Edo’s lawsuit provides specific details, arguing against Chineye Nworah’s exclusive rights to the series Shanty Town. Edo’s main points include:

  • Nworah should not be the only one in talks about continuing the series because he does not own it by himself.
  • The working relationship between Edo, Nworah, and another partner, Joy Odiete, began with an agreement on December 13, 2019. This agreement was to produce five movies over ten years.
  • In June 2021, a new deal was made involving Minini Empire Productions, Giant Creative Media (GCM), Nevada Bridge TV, and Champion One Entertainment. They all signed a “Shanty Town Investment Agreement.”
  • According to this investment agreement, the intellectual property (IP) rights are owned by both Minini Empire Productions and GCM. Additionally, they are entitled to 5% of the total profits from the project.

See a copy of Edo’s cease and desist below:

Legal documents of Ini Edo’s petition against Chineye Nworah

Nworah has fired back at the claim made by Edo’s lawyers with a press release stating that she is the sole initiator and sole copyright holder of Shanty Town and that the media should cease spreading false claims.

According to the release issued on February 22, 2024, GCM implored the audience to ignore Edo’s claim of being the owner of the intellectual property in the Netflix original movie. Further, stating that Nworah is the sole initiator and sole copyright holder of Shanty Town.

Here’s Nworah/GCM’s press release below:

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