JUST IN: Davido’s Ex-Signee, Trevboi Wanted As Police Investigates Killing At Lagos Nightclub

JUST IN: Davido’s Ex-Signee, Trevboi Wanted As Police Investigates Killing At Lagos Nightclub

The Nigeria Police Force, Lagos State command, has commenced an investigation into the killing of a man at a Lagos nightclub, allegedly by Trevboi, a former signee of Afrobeat singer, David Adeleke, better known as Davido.

Naija News understands that a netizen [@cloud_target] earlier took to his Twitter page to declare Trevboi wanted, alleging that his friend was killed on Saturday in Bar 38 club, Fadeyi area of Lagos.

Tagging the Twitter handle of the Police Public Relations Officer, Lagos State Command, Benjamin Hundeyin, the netizen further disclosed that Trevboi is presently armed and dangerous to be encountered.

Reacting, Hundeyin said the police command has since launched an investigation into the incident.

Hundeyin confirmed that the suspect abandoned his car and fled on foot.

He wrote, “We commenced investigation minutes after the incident happened. The suspect abandoned his car and fled on foot. The car and the documents in it are in our custody.

“Investigation is ongoing.”

Meanwhile, popular Music producer, Don Jazzy, has opened up on the reason he could not sign Afrobeat stars, Davido and Wizkid to Mo’ Hits, the now-defunct record label.

Don Jazzy, alongside D’banj, co-founded Mo’ Hits Records in 2006 but the label dissolved in 2012.

Speaking in a recent podcast chat with Fisayo Fosudo, the Mavin boss explained that he was unable to sign Wizkid because Banky W’s EME got to him first.

He said it could have been “amazing” if he had signed Wizkid to his label.

“Wizkid, obviously, I could not (sign), because Banky got to him first. That would have been amazing,” he said.

Speaking further, Don Jazzy listed other artistes such as Davido, Falz, Simi, and Teni he was also interested in signing.

He stated that at some point, he had the opportunity to sign Davido but figured out the ‘Assurance’ hitmaker “will be fine” on his own.

“There are plenty of artistes I wish I could have signed. I like Simi. I did not sign but I wish I did. I like Teni. I had the opportunity for David, obviously. But I kinda figured that he will be fine.

“Again, Falz. I love his work. We almost actually had a deal but it did not work out.

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“At the end of the day, you cannot sign every artiste. If I see an artiste now that I like, off the top of my head I am thinking (of spending) fifty to a hundred million in one year to actually get to somewhere. There is a lot of work and there are some of artistes on your roster already,” he said.

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