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Blessing CEO in shame as IVD Motors debunks claims that Davido owes ₦4.5M for Israel’s vehicle

Popular celebrity auto dealer, Ikechukwu Ogbona, a.k.a IVD Motors, has dismissed claims by Blessing CEO that Nigerian singer Davido is currently owing about ₦4.5 million for a car he purchased for Israel, one of his aides.

This comes hours after Blessing CEO, an Instagram personality, posted a statement on her social media page, claiming that Davido owes IVD Motors millions of Naira for the purchase of Israel’s vehicle.

Her statement: “Since you support and love Very Dark Boys’ boldness and decided to associate with him, I want to boldly call on you, please pay the balance of ₦4.5 million that you’ve owed for four years.”

“You haven’t completed the payment for the car you bought for Israel. It’s become a bit of a drama. I used to think that we were all living this fake life.”

Please, Boss OBO, you have gone far beyond this. Please pay the young man; he needs his money. You and this guy are friends; he paid you in full to do music. However, ever since he faced difficulties, you’ve been giving money left and right, but you’re still refusing to pay him. It’s not right.”

We rise by lifting others. Please pay the balance. God will bless you. I hope you recognize me. But if you don’t know me, your boy knows me very well. Sending love to your family and the new twins.”


Not long after, Ikechukwu Ogbona, a.k.a IVD, took to his Instagram page to dismiss the claims made by Blessing CEO.

Revealing that he hasn’t been owed a dime, he wrote: “David does not owe me a dime. Please, stop speculating fake news. All love to my bro @davido. May God keep blessing you.”


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