“Davido & Peruzzi Are After My Life After Betraying Me”- Golden Boy CEO; Patrick Cries Out

The CEO of Peruzzi’s former label, Golden Boy has called out Davido and Peruzzi for attempting to take his life over a breached contract.
Patrick took his Twitter page to spill in a lengthy post, the messy details of the case which has been in court for years. According to him, Peruzzi was kicked out of medical school because of financial problems in 2014 and he did everything in his power to assist him in getting back to school. However, noticing his interest in music, he decided to help the singer’s music career and as time progressed his music caught the attention of Davido who reached out to them wanting Peruzzi to join DMW.

Patrick revealed that the singer knowing that he was still signed to Golden Boy breached their contract and signed a deal with Davido. Since then, all efforts to receive credit and royalties that DMW owes Golden Boy has proved abortive. Patrick further explained that all he wants is for the singers to be brought to justice for cheating him.

YOO Cry Baby @Peruzzi_VIBES & Froggyshia @davido.. PAY my money or I promise to make 2020 THE WORSE YEAR OF YOUR LIVES.. BASTARDS.. I’m calling you out With no filter! I’m starting a Thread soon with the hashtag #SurvivingPeruzzi. So everyone can understand how much of a fraud @Peruzzi_VIBESand @davido is. Watch this space. I wish I could get more people to see my tweets. Because I’m about to let everyone know the truth! Enough of this oppression and unruly behavior by DMW.. @Peruzzi_VIBES.I am calling You out! And you must be exposed. Pls Retweet #SurvivingPeruzzi.

While they are delaying this case in court, I have also brought it here for Twitter to see my reward for helping @Peruzzi_VIBES.Be the judge and ask yourself if this is fair. #SurvivingPeruzzi.I want to make it clear that all I want from this is the Royalties & credit that DAVIDO MUSIC WORLDWIDE owes GOLDEN BOY ENTERTAINMENT, nothing more or less. We signed a contract and that should be respected. I met Peruzzi in 2014, then he was out of med school because of his father’s financial problems but I did everything in my power to help him go back to school. I paid for his ticket and visa, he was like a brother to me.

He was more interested in music, so my investment in his education was a failed project but I still decided to support his music career.
I clothed him, fed him and gave him allowances, I also made sure he had comfortable accommodation.I had another artist called “BONDO KRAZZY” who Peruzzi moved in with. There he worked on his music, while waiting for me to sign him by November 2016, as I had promised. When I was ready I signed Peruzzi and we all moved to Lagos, I got a better accommodation for him, a 5 bedroom house in Sangotedo. I also shot 3 videos for him but we released only one (For Your Pocket) which caught the attention of @Davido.

Davido reached out to Peruzzi and they were in constant contact. Peruzzi started telling me about how Davido wanted “US” to join DMW, I was excited because I wanted that exposure. Instead of letting Davido know that he is signed to me, Peruzzi presented me as just the guy that helped him shoot his video.Davido was billed to perform at the One Africa Music festival, late 2017. For Your Pocket remix was trending then so he told me wanted to perform it at the show with Peruzzi, which never happened. I bought Peruzzi’s ticket to meet Davido for the performance, but instead of performing he got signed to DMW, without my consent, therefore breaching his contract.

I woke up to the news of the signing and I was mad and that marked the beginning of my depression. If only you know how it feels to be cheated by someone you truly loved and supported with all your heart. I have moved past wanting our brotherly relationship back, now all I want is my due compensation. I cannot be cheated out of this unjustly. For you to know the guilty party in this case, I have been attacked and ambushed before because of this matter, now tell me would an innocent person do this? Twitter please help me restore my sanity and tell your fav to do the right thing.

Fast forward to 11/2019, Peruzzi set up a fake meeting with me to discuss how to pay back what he owes, instead of having the meeting I was ambushed, he threatened to kill me, saying what he owed me is chicken change but he is still yet to pay.Listen.I have been patient for 2 Years and @davidoor @Peruzzi_VIBES have refused to pay me despite all my efforts. I had to bring this issue here because e Don reach. Peruzzi needs to be exposed! It’s been a depressing 2 years! And I can’t hold it in any longer

@Davidoknew peruzzi was signed to Goldenboy yet he went ahead to “Audio Sign” Peruzzi without following due process. I reached out to him, look what a so called boss had to say in my dm. Fact: @Peruzzi_VIBES is not Signed to DMW.There’s a lot more to this story, but as we all know how twitter is, I will keep the rest to the relevant authorities. Enough is Enough, and I promise you on GOD @Peruzzi_VIBES may you never know peace.

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