Tagbo’s Death: Davido Releases Footages To Refute Police Claims [Video]


Embattled Nigerian afro-pop star, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido has released a video footage of the scene purported to be his last meeting with his late friend, Tagbo Umeike.

Davido released the Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) footage to absolve himself of any complicity in the death of late Umeike and to clear his name.

The police had on Wednesday said Umeike died from suffocation and that Davido lied during questioning.

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The singer subsequently took to Instagram to react to the development, saying, “soon a statement and footage will be released”.


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In three-part video footage posted on Davido’s Instagram page, the late Tagbo, Davido himself, and a host of other friends were seen outside the ‘Shisha Room’ which served as the venue of one Clark Adeleke’s birthday party.

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In what appeared to be a minor scuffle between those standing outside the ‘Shisha Room’, Tagbo was captured drunk and staggering while he took part in the scuffle. Some friends appeared to be holding him back from starting what would seem like a fight.

Later he was led back by an unidentified friend into the ‘Shisha Room’.

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Meanwhile, all these took place beside Davido’s car as the ‘If’ crooner was about to leave the venue of the birthday party around 12;23 am on Tuesday 3rd October 2017.

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