Saturday, 16 January 2016

More Drama! Wizkid Allegedly Throws A Bottle At Dammy Krane At Club Quilox

BEVERLY HILLS, January 15, (THEWILL) – Mere hours after Dammy Krane rendered an apology to fans for his social media rant where he accused Wizkid of stealing some of his intellectual property, things took to a violent turn in the early hours of today with blood shed, or so the reports say.
Wizkid allegedly smashed a bottle on Dammy Krane's head yesterday at Club Quilox, Lagos, where footballer, Obafemi Martins was having his All Black party.

According to eyewitnesses, Dammy Krane was in the VIP section with Teckno and some other guys when Wizkid entered the club with his goons.

As expected, when a celebrity steps into the club, there's usually some sort of shout out to such, which is what happened with Wizkid, only for Dammy Krane to start a huge ruckus about nothing really. We heard a scuffle ensued where some of Wizkid's friend tried to calm Dammy Krane down before Wizkid got really vexed and smashed a bottle of Remy Martins on Dammy Krane's head (so they say).

Not willing to go down without a fight, Dammy Krane was said to have tried to retaliate but was prevented by other VIP's including Timaya and 2baba who tried to manage the situation.

Another version has it that Wizkid started the fight after Dammy Krane started showing attitude which ensued in both parties throwing bottles at each other right there in the club!

Though we've been unable to confirm what really happened, sources say both Wizkid and Dammy Krane were invited into the Club owner, Shina Peller's office where they proceeded to settle the rift.

They actually ended up sitting together and drinking together before the night was overacting like nothing happened. According to reports, Quilox was a beehive of activities till around 7am this morning with revelers milling around.

This reminds us of the Drake/Chris Brown fight at NYC club where bottles were also smashed.

Hopefully we'll get press releases from both parties and maybe some information as to what really went down.