“Stop media trial. Innocent until proven guilty,” D’banj reacts to rape allegation

June 22, 2020
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Popular Nigerian Singer, D’banj, has reacted to the backlash he received from the ‘media’ following the messy scandal that ensued after he was accused of rape by a lady identified as Seyitan.

Recall on the 3rd of June, 2020, Seyitan shared details of being raped by D’banj on Twitter.

The singer denied the allegation a week later, tagged it ”lies from the pit of hell” and said he’d be seeking justice by taking legal steps.

However some days later, some policemen allegedly acting on the instruction of the singer detained Seyitan for over 24 hours.

After this, Seyitan deleted all chats, social media posts and retracted her former statement. This elicited a wide range of criticism on social media with D’Banj trending on social media for about three days.

Reacting to the backlash, he has now shared a video on his IG page with a caption that reads ;

Innocent until proven guilty…., STOP SOCIAL MEDIA TRIAL 🏛🏛🏛⚖️⚖️⚖️ #SAY NO TO RAPE AND HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION

See video below ;

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