- Actions have reportedly been taken about the misbehaviour of Davido's ex-signee Lil Frosh
- Lil Frosh was arrested for abusing his girlfriend Gift Camille
- Davido, however, described the singer as his brother for life
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Former Davido's signee Sanni Goriola Wasiu popularly called Lil frosh has reportedly been arrested by the police for physically assaulting his girlfriend, Gift Camille.
The young man is said to be detained at the Alagbo police station, Ikoyi, Lagos state.
A few days ago, Gift's manager took to social media to call out the budding musician about his misbehaviour towards his girlfriend.
Photos showing Gift with sporting sores and bruises on her body were shared online and it was revealed that Frosh is fond of hitting her at every misunderstanding.
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Gift also, through her official Instagram page shared her own side of the story. According to her, the relationship was for 10 months and she was abused all through.
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According to her, she stayed all through the relationship because she thought he would change.
Frosh's abusive attitude cost him his contract at Davido's record label.
Meanwhile, the Blow My Mind crooner has pledged to support the budding singer while referring to him as his brother for life.
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that ChaCha Eke's brother addressed the actress' outburst over her marriage.
The actress took to social media to let her fans and followers know that she is done with her 7-year-old marriage, noting that she is glad to leave with her life.
While many people thought she may have been going through domestic violence, the actress' brother Ikechukwu said his sister is quitting her marriage for something different and not as a result of violence.
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