- Former Nollywood actress, Victoria Inyama, has reacted to the news of Davido dropping Lil Frosh as his signee
- Recall the singer released an official statement removing the upcoming act from DMW after he was accused of physical abuse by his girlfriend
- Inyama in a recent post on Instagram, had nothing but praises for Davido for 'cutting ties with the perpetrator'
Nollywood filmstar, Victoria Inyama, has taken to social media to commend singer, Davido, after he dropped Lil Frosh from his record label, Davido Music Worldwide (DMW).
Recall the FEM crooner had released an official statement announcing that Lil Frosh was no longer a part of the DMW family following the allegations of domestic violence labelled against him.
Reacting to the news, Inyama who is a psychologist in the UK, shared a video of the singer grooving to his new song, alongside the statement and a photo collage of Lil Frosh and the victim.
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In her caption, she hailed Davido for cutting ties with Lil Frosh and said her love for him was even more due to his actions.
According to the movie star, Davido's action is something the Nigerian government and even some parents cannot do.
"I love his music and for cutting ties with a Perpetrator under his management, l love him to bits. @davidoofficial Blessed Daddy. What Nigeria government Cannot do, What a lot of Nigerians, even Parents that push their daughters back to the Abuser.....U stood against it.....You terminated his contract....God bless you and your Team"
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Meanwhile, Gift, the girlfriend of Lil Frosh has finally spoken out on the issue between her and the singer.
Taking to her official Instagram page, Gift stated that she should have spoken earlier but she thought that her boyfriend would change his violent behaviour.
According to her, they have been dating each other for 10 months and he has been abusing her for the whole period.
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