Amidst the ongoing controversy surrounding Davido’s alleged involvement in multiple pregnancies and subsequent abortion claims, actor Yomi Fabiyi has come forward and publicly criticized the singer, labeling him a disgrace.
In recent times, Davido has been in the headlines as several women have accused him of impregnating them, denying the pregnancy and even urging them to terminate their pregnancies.
As the public scrutiny intensifies, Yomi Fabiyi’s remarks has added another layer to the already heated debate surrounding Davido’s actions.
Yomi criticized Davido for his hypocrisy in reaction to Anita Brown’s claims that Davido loves his pregnant side chicks to have abortions.
He recalled how, while defending Baba Ijesha during his rape saga, Davido lambasted him.
Taking to his official Instagram page, he wrote:
“Same @davido asked I should be attacked & probably killed for advocating for human rights bail during baba Ijesha case is enabling abortion. Deliberately had unprotected sex, asked spineless girls to commit murder. Isn’t Enabling Abortion Criminal @USinNigeria? D girls can die”.
“That “BITCH ON SIGHT” is you @davido. You pretend you are fighting for children online at the expense of my life and career and secretly you are demanding the murder of innocent children behind. Shameless and socially unfit lots. Dwindling and fake personality.
I have made a bold step. It is now left for my children and every other unsuspecting innocent child to decide if they still wish to follow and have you mentor them. You are such a disgrace. STIP KILLING INNOCENT CHILDREN.
You don’t love children and learn to keep your fingers in check. It is a criminal offense to suspect gauge or incite an attack on protesters. It is criminal to enable abortion or engage in it”.
Recall that Davido’s alleged pregnant US-based side chick, Anita Brown had accused Davido of aborting his unborn babies.
The US based business lady has been on Davido’s neck for days now, accused him of having other girlfriends while still married to his wife Chioma
Anita questioned the desire of a celebrity in his early 30s, particularly an artist, to have a wife.