Davido Kicks Out Lil Frosh After Domestic Assault Allegations

Written by on October 6, 2020

Upcoming rapper Sanni Goriola professionally known as Lil Frosh has been given the boot by his label, Davido Music Worldwide (DMW) after the rapper was accused of allegedly beating up his girlfriend.

Lil Frosh came under fire on Monday, October 5, 2020, after he was called out by Michael, the manager and brother of Frosh’s embattled girlfriend, Gift Camille.

Alleging that this is not the first time Lil Frosh would assault Camille. He made the allegation along with images of a badly bruised Camille.

Reacting to the allegations, DMW stated in a press release that it would never support or accept domestic violence.

“In light of recent allegations made against Mr. Sanni Goriola Wasiu a.k.a. Lil Frosh, we would like to state that as a record label, domestic violence is not a trivial matter and we will never support or condone such behavior.

“There is no excuse for the actions of Lil Frosh and we understand that there is nothing that can be said or done to take away the insensitivity shown.”

DMW added that it has with immediate effect terminated its contract with Lil Frosh and also ending all connections with the rapper.

“Upon internal investigations carried out by the label, we are left with no option than to terminate the recording contract that exists between the label and Mr. Sanni Goriola Wasiu a.k.a. Lil Frosh, with immediate effect.

“Once again, we do not condone domestic violence and stand with all victims of domestic violence.”



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