Popular Singer, Olawale Ashimi popularly known as Brymo has said he is yet to be dragged to court by Nigerian music legend, Mr. Innocent 'Tuface' Idibia over allegations of slander and defamation of character.
Recall that Mr. idibia's lawyers issued a public statement that they have served Brymo a notice early last week, threatening to sue him for the sum of N1 billion if he did not tender a public apology for accusing their client of slander and assault.
"Let it be public knowledge that I have no documents of any kind pointing to my being sued by Mr Idibia. Or his handlers or attorneys...the impunity with which he lied to all of society in the letter and the public statement should rightly pose a setback", he wrote.
In a series of Tweets two weeks ago, the 'Arambe' crooner had alleged that Mr. Idibia not only accused him of attempting to have a sexual affair with his wife Annie Macaulay but also arranged for thugs to beat him up.
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