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“I Was Stabbed By Burna Boy’s Squad” – CDQ Reveals

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Popular Nigerian rapper, CDQ has revealed that he was allegedly stabbed by Burna Boy’s squad.

Earlier on, CDQ called out the self-acclaimed African Giant for creating a scene at a popular bar where he confronted Obagoal alongside his boys.

In an exclusive footage acquired by Pulse Nigeria, it captured the voice of the rapper and a bloody scene while narrating how Burna Boy and his men allegedly stabbed in the heat of the fight.

Speaking in Yoruba, he said: It was Burna and his squad, led by a guy named Richie who later got stabbed as well. I made sure that he bled. [My People] questioned Burna’s sanity to do this in Lagos; not Port Harcourt or London.”

According to CDQ, he landed in the hospital where he was resuscitated back to life.

Meanwhile, A Los Angeles court has dismissed David Adefeso’s restraining order filed against his ex-wife, Tamar Braxton.

According to TMZ, the reality star and her ex failed to attend the Tuesday hearing, leading the court to dissolve the legal arrangement.

In September 2020, Adefeso filed  for a restraining order against Tamar, who is the younger sister of R&B staple Toni Braxton amid claims that she had made death threats against him, and had assaulted him while he was driving.

During an interview on the Tamron Hall Show last October, Tamar Braxton denied her ex’s claims.

“I am a survivor a domestic violence relationship,” she told Hall. “And not at any point [were] David and I in an abusive relationship.”

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