Nigerian music legend, 2face Idibia aka 2baba has reacted to the theft saga rocking the camp of Dammy Krane. 2face thinks that Krane would never intentionally get involved in fraud. This comes after fresh revelations emerged on why the popular Nigerian singer and performer, Krane, was kicked out of 2face’s Hypertek Records. Recently, the singer, born Johnson- Hunga Oyindamola Emmanuel but popularly known by his stage name, was arrested in the US for grand theft, credit card fraud and Identity fraud but was released on bail. Krane blamed his promoter for the mess, and assured his fans that he was innocent, even though 7 fake credit cards were found in his wallet. 2face reacts to Dammy Krane’s credit card theft saga.
Following his release, he posted a video on Youtube to address the whole theft scandal during which he apologized to his family, fans and friends over his recent arrest and detention.
2face reacts to Dammy Krane’s credit card theft saga
After his arrest, reports made the rounds that the singer was kicked out of the record label – Hypertek, which brought him to limelight about two years ago and ever since then, he had been searching for sponsors to help with his career. The singer then travelled to the US to find ways he could enhance his career which unfortunately landed him in jail. His exit from the record label was reportedly silent because it was felt that it was not good for both the image of the singer and the record label.
Now, his former boss is vouching for him, insisting that the ‘Amin’ crooner is not that ‘type’ of crazy. The Hypertek Digital boss who previously signed Krane to his record label, dismissed the credit card fraud charges the younger singer is embroiled in, as an ‘implication’. 2face, in a chat with HipTV said: “Dammy is good. Dammy is a young blood. He is very charismatic, very likable and he is talented.”
Speaking about the card fraud case, he added, “He is crazy but he is not that type of crazy. I think it is safe to call implication. He just got caught up in something he knew nothing about because of time, place and association, he just got caught up in in all that. But he is fine now,” the ‘African Queen’ crooner added.
Watch the interview below…