For those who missed the memo…
Nigerian hip-hop singer, Dammy Krane, was charged to court on a 9-count charge after he was arrested in Miami in the United States for grand theft and credit card forgery.
It was gathered that the singer who tried to book a private jet on TapJets with a stolen card and he was caught. He pleaded not guilty to the charges and demanded a trial by jury and also chose the option of a waiver pre-trial conference.
New Info reaching us is that Dammy Krane has been released from a US jail after meeting his bail conditions, set at $7,500. According to an update from the Miami-Dade County Criminal Justice Online System, his court hearing has been fixed June 23, 2017.
Due to the gravity of the offense, Nigerians have been using his story as a way to educate youths who commit such crimes. Celebrities have also made several comments regarding the case, some wishing he gets out, others mocking him.
The GOOD FRIENDS
This gentleman is a good person. One of the most respectful young people I know. One mistake doesn't define him. – The pressure on entertainers, especially the young ones is unimaginably enormous. Born into a nation where money is king doesn't help either. – Young people, please don't bow to societal pressure to conform, be yourself, money is not the only currency you can spend so don't engage in fraudulent activities to get it! – Understand the language of your talent, speak it well and your success will be televised. ~FRZ (bible teacher, servant of the true God, Convener, #FreeTheSheeple movement, leader, #TheFreeNation)🙏
Kwam1’s Barrister daughter, DAMI MARSHALL
THE BAD FRIENDS
CDQ and Masterkraft
These duo mocked Dammy Krane’s predicament in a series of tweets. See the exchange below
CDQ took to his Instagram page this morning to apologize to Dammy Krane’s family for being insensitive.
Stay glued for updates.