Former DMW artist, Lil Frosh has been rearrested over the case of domestic violence
By Kbm123 | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 0 views
Musical Artist and Former DMW signee Sanni Goriola, popularly known as Lil Frosh have been rearrested by the Nigeria Police Force due to the allegations of domestic violence by his ex-girlfriend, Iyomaterie Okeoghene Taiwo better known as Gift Camille. This same case was the reason DMW boss Davido terminated his contract with the record label.
If you can remember, this case started last year when his ex-girlfriend brother and manager, Michael called him out for assaulting her. He was later questioned last year by the Nigeria police at Alagbo Police station, Ikoyi Lagos State and was later released, before he was rearrested this year.
However, everyone thought the case died last year but was brought back again after instablog 9ja reported that he was arrested by the police on Thursday, which was February 14, 2021.
Instablog 9ja wrote on his handle saying " Lil Frosh was invited by the police and has been chilling in their custody since Thursday, February 14, 2021".
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