Who recalls D’Banj’s threat to sue the Daily Mail UK for calling him a “legendary womanizer?” Well, he can just forget about that lawsuit. There is allegedly corroborating evidence from an ex-girlfriend who allegedly claims she dumped him because he is a womanizer. Fellas, don’t forget the exes when you make threats about suing on claims about your alleged “womanizing” ways, if you are in the lime light.
Also, remember folks, even under UK law, truth is a defense to claims of defamation/libel. The same holds in the US and Nigeria.
“Polo Limited executive director, Jennifer Obayuwana has finally opened up on her widely reported romance with music star, Dapo Oyebanji, popularly known as D’Banj. The socialite daughter of Polo boss, Mr. John Obayuwana and the Koko Master have been widely reported as having a secret affair with both parties maintaining sealed lips over the development.
The two, however, were cynosure of all eyes when Jennifer opened another extension of the luxury brand, Polo Avenue in February 2014. The development fueled new speculation that the two are waxing stronger in love.
ENCOMIUM Weekly, because of the speculation, sent interview questions to Jennifer bordering on the new establishment and the truth about her relationship with D’Banj. She wouldn’t reply our mail.
However, on Saturday, June 14, 2014, at the wedding of Mr. Segun Ajanlekoko’s daughter, Oluwatobiloba and her heartthrob, Kolawole Osipitan, we confronted her on her relationship with D’Banj and she obliged to set the record straight.
“For the record, I am no longer dating D’Banj. It’s true we dated about four years ago and we have since called it quit.”
We asked her to give reason for the breakup. She answered us thus, “I left him (D’Banj) because he is a womanizer, you know now. . .” – Encomium Magazine
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