Earlier reports revealed that the singers who were in Warri for a show, Delta Alive, organized by CEO of Quillox, Shina Peller, came to blows in which some of the equipment back stage were reportedly detroyed.
According to Ice Prince’s manager Nanle, the rapper and Davido had no problem in Warri.
Nanle exclusively told Pulse “There was no dispute between anybody. After the event, both Davido and Ice Prince went clubbing.”
LIB reported that the drama began when a G-Wagon was sent to pick Davido up from the airport, while a saloon car was used in picking Ice Prince.
The “Oleku” crooner was reportedly infuriated by the gesture and bared his mind to the organizers of the event.
Davido was reportedly infuriated and the situation only got worse during the concert when Ice Prince was made to perform before Lil Kesh, which was seen as an insult as he is a bigger star.
Ice Prince reportedly made an issue of this and Davido who already had an axe to grind with the “Aboki” singer, spoke up in Lil Kesh’s defense and things got messy real quick.
So far, Davido’s manager Asa Asika has yet to respond to Pulse’s email on the matter.