A man named Jackson Ude has called out Port Harcourt singer Duncan Mighty for allegedly faking his accident and refusing to pay back N4million given to him for a performance during the festive season.
The man took to his Twitter page to share that he gave the singer the sum of N3 million as a performance fee for the Nkporo Youth concert held on the 30th of December, 2021 alongside N630K as flight fee but he didn’t show up.
According to Jackson, the hitmaker has become notorious for collecting money from show promoters and not showing up.
Jackson added that Duncan Mighty had done the same with a show in Uromi, Uyo, and other places.
He urged the singer to pay back his money and avoid his trouble.
Away from that, President Muhammadu Buhari’s daughter, Zahra, has slammed the culture of men not crying.
Zahra who is married to the son of Mohammed Indimi, the billionaire oil tycoon from Borno state said that as long as men have feelings, they should be able to express them, including crying.
According to her, “Sometimes don’t you just wonder why men aren’t allowed to cry, these emotions were given to us to express”.
Her post continued, “If a woman can feel, so can a man”.