Yomi Fabiyi, the actor, has slammed Davido, the Afrobeats star, over the recent pregnancy and abortion allegations against him.


Last week, three women claimed Davido impregnated them and allegedly asked them to terminate their pregnancies.

On June 27, Anita Brown, the US-based lady, accused the singer of refusing to take responsibility after impregnating her.

Shortly after Anita’s claim, Ivanna Bay, another woman based in France, alleged that she conceived for the singer.


Chisom, a Nigerian lady, also claimed that Davido got her pregnant and promised to give her N10 million to terminate the pregnancy.

In a series of posts via his Instagram page on Tuesday, Fabiyi described Davido’s actions as “shameful, unacceptable, and disappointing.”

The actor also made reference to how Davido criticised him during the rape case against Baba Ijesha in 2021.


Fabiyi asked the Afrobeats star to stop “forming and fooling people” but reconcile with the women involved and “treat them right”.

“To now have an individual @davido who has a seriously overwhelming influence on teenagers and youths repeatedly propositioning and enabling spineless and voiceless young ladies into abortion is unacceptable and disappointing,” he wrote.

“You were once at the stage of those babies you paid their mothers to kill for your own selfish interest. What if those girls die in the process?

“I thought you cared so much about children when you posted my picture and captioned it “BITCH ON SIGHT”, you called me “MUMU” for protesting for human rights of a defendant. I was even demanding justice for the victim.


“You are not really who people think you are, what a shame. God will continue to expose you lots for subjecting me to what I never deserve.

“At the end of the day, you are just forming who you are not and fooling loads online. Find peace with those women and treat them right. Those babies have the right to life.”

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