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D’banj threatens to sue UK Daily Mail for labeling him a ‘legendary womaniser’

Music superstar D’banj has threatened to sue UK tabloid, Daily Mail for describing him as a ‘legendary womanizer’ in an article they wrote a few weeks back about Kenya Moore and her fake African prince.

Speaking exclusively recently, D’banj rubbished the report, insisting Daily Mail goofed. He said he’s discussing with his legal team with a view to suing Daily Mail for maligning him..
“The story has no substance. I am even about to sue UK Daily Mail for defamation of character. I am discussing with my legal team. They didn’t hear from me. Everything they wrote is totally wrong. They defined Kokomaster wrongly. I think they wanted to talk about Kenya Moore, who was a former Miss America, but they didn’t get their facts right. Everything they wrote was false. They are going to hear from my legal team soon” D’banj threatened
He also talked about leaving Mo’Hits, his deal with Kanye West and confirms he’s found love. D’banj said
“No regrets because for me personally, life is dynamic. Change is the only constant thing in life. The only regret that I might have is that there would have been a better way for us to split. But it happened and it happened. And to God be the glory. It was as if God was about to separate me. Like five months after that, I got five juicy promotional deals and now the Glo endorsement”.
About his Kanye West record deal
“Kanye West is married now. The truth about it is that we are operating from different territories. How things work here is different from how what is obtainable in the states. They cannot control what I do here because na here I don dey since. It has always been a mutual partnership” he said.
About love and marriage, he said
“I have found love. But I won’t tell you who. I’m going to marry at the right time. You guys are asking me when I’m getting married because 2face, Peter and Paul Okoye have all married. At God’s appointed time, I will marry.

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