- Singer Dbanj has been vindicated after weeks of social media outrage against him following rape accusations by Seyitan Babatayo
- Sexual abuse advocacy group STIR that Seyitan reached a non-monetary agreement with the singer’s team
- Similarly, investigative journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, shared court papers showing that the singer has been cleared by the police
Nigerian singer Dapo Oyebanjo popularly known as Dbanj has been vindicated after spending being involved in a scandalous drama on social media following sexual abuse allegations by a lady identified as Seyitan Babatayo.
Just recently, a non-profit sexual abuse organization, Stand To End Rape (STER) which had been thoroughly involved in trying to seek justice on behalf of Babatayo returned to social media with an update on the matter.
STIR in an official statement shared on Instagram gave a thorough breakdown of their involvement in the issue and steps taken to help Babatayo.
However, STIR in the statement disclosed that on July 13, 2020, Babatayo informed them that a private non-monetary agreement had been reached with Dbanj’s team.
Read the full statement below:
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Similarly, investigative journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, took to her page on social media with court documents showing that Dbanj has been cleared of the rape accusation.
According to the court documents, Babatayo pleaded and withdrew the rape allegations she levelled against the singer.
Olunloyo while posting the documents said: "@PoliceNG cleared @iamdbanj 100% after fully carrying out an investigation and in parallel Ms Seyitan who pleaded and WITHDREW her petition. It is important to pay close attention to real rape accusations vs fake accusations so as to protect the innocent rape victims #kemitalks"
See her post below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Dbanj took out time to celebrate his mother’s birthday on social media despite the sexual abuse scandal he was involved in.
The entertainer posted photos of his dear mother on Instagram accompanied with a sweet and touching note to her.
"I love you so much and thanks again for Bringing me Into this World and For Raising Me so Well and to teach me the Real Virtues of life. Happy Birthday, Mummy. I love you, Mummy," his post read in part.
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