2baba threatens N1bn defamation suit against Brymo
The Legendary Nigerian singer, Innocent Idibia popularly known as 2baba, has slammed Olawale Oloforo fondly known as Brymo with N1bn defamation suit if he does not apologize for defaming his character. Brymo had earlier, in a long Twitter thread alleged that 2baba accused him of sleeping with his wife. He further alleged that 2baba sent thugs to beat him up.
Reacting to the allegation, the veteran singer, 2baba directed his lawyers to Brymo instructing the singer to either apologize on all his social media accounts within the next 48 hours or he will be slammed with N1bn defamation suit. Brymo shared the letter via his Twitter page with the caption,” I have received this from Innocent Idibia’s lawyer, or so it reads… I’ll advise they go to court, as I insist on all my tweets asserted… they are not ‘nonsense’”.
The letter sent to Brymo reads, “We are solicitors to Mr. Innocent (2baba), hereinafter referred to as “our client” and on whose instruction we write. Your publication on Twitter that our Client “falsely accused you of sleeping with his wife,” and that our Client “was responsible for the attack” on your person, which attack “was for supposedly bedding his Mrs. or for claiming the spot of the greatest artiste alive,” amongst other similar false allegation have been brought to our Client’s notice.
“The baseless and false accusation has caused unspeakable distress to our client and his family. You have also caused estimation to be lowered in the estimation of his friends, business associates, and wilder members of the public and further caused him a significant loss of business.
“Our Client will give you the benefit of the doubt, perhaps you were inspired to spew such nonsense after one of such self-confessed episodes of “spending days getting high and philandering.In which case, we demand that within 48 hours of receipt of this letter, you withdraw your statements, and publish on your entire social media accounts an unreserved apology to our Client and his wife.
“Should you fail or refuse to meet our demands, we shall perfect our client’s instruction and pursue redress by seeking no less than one billionaire naira in damages against you in court.”