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Nigerian Rapper, Lil Frosh Remanded In Ikoyi Prison For Assaulting His Girlfriend, Gift Camille

Lil Frosh has been remanded in Ikoyi prison over the domestic violence allegation levelled against him.

Former Davido Music Worldwide (DMW) signee, Lil Frosh has been remanded in Ikoyi prison for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend, Gift Camille.

Nigerian Rapper, Lil Frosh Remanded In Ikoyi Prison For Assaulting His Girlfriend, Gift Camille 1

It was learnt that Gift Camille filed a suit against the upcoming rapper at the Lagos state Magistrate court in Yaba with the help of the International Association Of Women Lawyers, Lagos State branch.

During the hearing on Tuesday, the Magistrate, Adeola Olatunbosun, ordered Lil Frosh to remain in Ikoyi Correctional Centre till the next hearing on March 9, 2021.

KanyiDaily recalls that last year, Lil Frosh was accused of beating Gift Camille to a pulp and threatning to release her naked videos which he recorded.

Following the domestic violence allegation leveled against him, his now-former record label, DMW, terminated his contract, saying there was no excuse for his actions.

However, during an interview, Lil Frosh said he never laid a finger on his girlfriend because he loves her so much. He also claimed that the swelling on her face was due to allergic reaction.

But Camille reacted to his denial saying “One day, your mask will fall and they will see the monster I had to face alone. They will know that I wasn’t lying.”

Lil Frosh was finally invited by the police last Thursday, February 4, 2021, and has since remained in custody until he was remanded in Ikoyi Prison.

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