- A video clip has given more clarity as to what happened on the night music stars Burna Boy and rapper CDQ clashed at a Lagos club
- The video captured a bloodied CDQ who allegedly sustained stab wounds from Burna’s crew members
- The rapper in an audio recording also recounted how he was resuscitated at the hospital after losing a lot of blood
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The drama between Nigerian superstars Burna Boy, CDQ and popular footballer, Obafemi Martins, has escalated to another level following the emergence of a video and audio recording from the night of the ugly exchange.
In the clip which was exclusively obtained by Pulse Nigeria, CDQ was seen drenched in blood on his head and some parts of his outfit.
A voice allegedly belonging to the rapper was heard recounting what had happened and how he sustained the injuries.
CDQ claimed he was stabbed and another individual identified as Uti also sustained stab injuries. The rapper said it was so bad that he had to be taken to the hospital and given two pints of blood.
The rapper also claimed that after he returned from the hospital, Burna requested for him to come to the club and make a video to let people know that the issue had been resolved.
Watch the clip as posted by Pulse below:
Hours after the video surfaced and got people talking on social media, CDQ took to his page on Instagram with a video showing that he is on his way out of Lagos.
The rapper said he would be back soon.
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Recall Legit.ng reported that he blasted Burna Boy on Twitter for thinking that he is bigger than football star Obafemi Martins.
CDQ expressed disappointment over the singer's attitude towards Martins. The rap star also stated that Burna and his boys owe Martins an apology.
Adeyinka Odutuyo is an entertainment/lifestyle journalist at Legit.ng with over three years of working experience in the media industry.
He has a degree in Linguistics and Communication Studies from Osun State University, Osogbo. When he is not writing about celebrities, you will find him blogging about local Nigerian recipes on Instagram (@playfoodbyyinka)
Source: Legit Nigeria