It seems Nigerian singer, Ashimi Olawale, popularly known as Brymo, is not taking his case with famous Nigerian singer 2face lightly as he has revealed that he is yet to be sued by the serial hit maker.
Recall that Brymo had in some days ago called out 2Face Idibia for once accusing him of having an affair with his wife and for sending thugs to assault him over the issue.
As expected, this did not go down well with Tuface management and they threatened to sue Brymo for a N1 billion in court if he did not tender an apology and reverse his initial allegations about their superstar client.
Brymo, however, dares Tuface and his management to go to court saying he was not moved by their threat.
Bruno has once again showed that he was not shaken by Tuface and his lawyers threat by recently taken to Twitter to state that he was yet to receive any correspondence from Tuface or his legal representative.
In his tweet, Bruno said he wants the public to know that he is yet to receive documents of any kind pointing to him being sued by Mr Idibia or his handlers or attorneys.
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