M.I: Rapper thinks Dorcas Shola-Fapson, Taxify driver are both saying the truth

Posted on Feb 26 2018 - 8:34pm by admin

M.I Abaga says he thinks Dorcas Shola-Fapson and the Taxify driver who was alleged of assaulting the actress are both saying the truth.

The rapper who was a guest at THE NET during a chat revealed this while talking about the ongoing campaign for gender equality, sexual harassment

“I saw two people telling the truth. I didn’t think that for the driver’s story to be correct, DSF needed to be lying.  I didn’t think that for DSF’s story to be correct, the driver needed to be lying. Two people were telling their stories from their point of view”, He said.

 

M.I isn’t the only celebrity who has come out to speak about the alleged assault claims by Dorcas Shola-Fapson on a Taxify driver, Henry Nnaemeka.

Adekunle Gold was the first celebrity who came out to speak out after the incident, the singer didn’t have nice words for those who were shaming the actress.

ALSO READ: Taxify driver reveals his own side of the story

Watch how Shola-Fapson screamed for help while Taxify driver allegedly assaulted herplay

Dorcas Shola Fapson

(Instagram/DorcasSholaFapson)

 

Another celebrity who also spoke about the incident was the comedian, Bovi who unlike Adekunle Gold wrote a heartfelt letter to Dorcas Shola-Fapson. In his letter, Bovi apologised to Dorcas for not coming to her rescue when she received a lot of bashing for claiming to have been attacked by a Taxify driver. He also went on to say that somewhere some girl is inspired by her boldness.

Adekunle Goldplay

Adekunle Gold

(Instagram/AdekunleGold)

 

A couple of days ago, Dorcas Shola Fapson had come out to reveal that the driver who allegedly assaulted her, had been arrested. However, in a twist, a video was released a few minutes later with the said driver, Henry Nnaemeka standing and obviously not in any police custody.

Bovi is holding it down for Dorcas Shola-Fapsonplay

Bovi is holding it down for Dorcas Shola-Fapson

(Guardian )

 

It would be recalled that on Thursday, January 25, 2018, Dorcas Shola-Fapson raised an alarm over what she called an alleged rape and molestation from a Taxify driver.

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