Pop singer and manager at war, claims life has been threatened

The petition was filed on May 22, 2015 to the Commissioner of Police, Lagos state. The document states that Danku took a 2014 model E Vogue Range Rover SUV belonging to Oritsefemi without his permission and allegedly damaged it in a car accident.

Oritsefemi and Danku before the break up.

'Musical Taliban' Oritsefemi is on the war path with his manager Danku whose real names are Mr. Yusuf Adebola Adepitan.

In a petition against Danku filed by Oritsefemi's lawyers to the Nigerian Police Force, it was stated that petition was filed because Danku was allegedly "a threat to life, fraudulent activities, and criminal conspiracy against the person and international image of Ortisefemi."

The petition was filed on May 22, 2015 to the Commissioner of Police, Lagos state. The document states that Danku took a 2014 model E Vogue Range Rover SUV belonging to Oritsefemi without his permission and allegedly damaged it in a car accident.

It also read that Danku was not able to declare the sum of N58 million, which represents the total amount of money Oritsefemi made from shows, performances and endorsement deals with Mac Dowell and Brandy. Danku was only able to declare N5.5 million at the end of the day.

With this latest development, Oritsefemi has parted with Danku. In a recent Instagram post, Oritsefemi has announced that his former contacts for bookings should be disregarded. From now on Eniola Olofin is in charge of his bookings.

Danku has been Oritsefemi's longtime manager.

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