The "Amin" crooner said he begged his friends to pray for him while insisting that he is not a fraudster.
The Nigerian singer who was arrested and charged to court in Miami, USA, over allegations of credit card fraud, is in need of prayers for his discharge and acquittal.
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The "Amin" crooner said this during a recent interview, insisting that he is not a fraudster.
“Everybody knows that I’m just all about my music; I’m a musician I don’t do flight bookings, I’m innocent of the allegation. Everyone should please pray for me to come out of this successfully”, he pleaded.
While speaking on the current situation of the case, he said, “I’ve a hearing soon, but my lawyer tells me I don’t have to be there, like I said God is in control; everybody should just keep praying and supporting me.
"I did a song I recorded a day after I actually got out of jail, I was talking about all these things, especially the prayers my fans said for me, I actually appreciate everybody and I put it in a song and I’m going to be dropping it soon”, he said.
Recall that his last appearance in court was on July 23, 2017, but Pulse Celebs did not get update on the case. Dammy Krane was arrested and booked in Miami on June 2, 2017, for theft, credit card and identity fraud. Although he has been granted bail, his case is still pending in Miami-Dade criminal court.