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In Sudden U-Turn, Charlie Boy Denies Collecting 9-Figure From Keyamo

Charles Chukwuemeka Oputa, popularly known as Charly Boy has denied he collected money from Festus Keyamo, SAN, to release a diss song against Atiku Abubakar, days after admitting he collected 9-figure sum.

“For someone to believe that I collected money in nine digits from a politician for a video clip is laughable, because even if I am Davido or Wizkid, who will pay me such amount, Charlie boy said.

“Some persons are bent on denting the brand that I have built over the years, but I am not deterred because the struggle for a better Nigeria must continue, and my mouth cannot be shut,” he said.

Charly boy, said that he released such video, one each against both the APC and PDP presidential candidates at the eve of the 2019 general elections, but was not paid by anyone.
In a video interview gone viral Charly Boy admitted that Festus Keyamo paid ‘heavy money’ to use his diss song against Atiku.

The co-convener of #OurMumuDonDo Movement, Deji Adeyanju, who resigned from the movement on Wednesday, had accused Charly Boy of collecting money from the presidency during his (Deji) stay at Kano Central Prison.

The song, ‘Another Guy Man,’ was posted to YouTube on January 25. It has 6,693 views and 44 comments on Charly Boy’s channel as at Friday afternoon.


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