This was shared in a series of posts on Instagram where Charly Boy broke down in tears and defended his stance in the Our Mumu Don Do socio-political movement –
According to Charly Boy, the allegations are just mere conspiracy and he is still rooted in the cause of fighting for frustrated Nigerians Charles Oputa, popularly known as Charly Boy, has denied collecting millions from spokesman for Buhari’s campaign, Festus Keyamo.
The activist had been accused of being paid a nine-figure sum to release a diss song attacking the opposition party and for getting in bed with the ‘oppressors.’
The convener of the Our Mumu Don Do movement allegedly admitted to receiving payment from the official spokesperson for the Buhari campaign but claimed that it was money for the right to use a song he recently composed.
However, it appears the activist has done a 360 and cleared the air on the allegations in his most recent posts shared on Instagram.
In a series of video clips, Charly Boy denied ever receiving money from Keyamo and assured his followers of his commitment to the Our Mumu Don Do movement.
While assuring Nigerians of his innocence, the 68-year-old broke down in tears as he reminisced how much he has put up with for the cause of fighting for frustrated Nigerians.
Charly Boy breaks down in tears as he talks about Our Mumu Don Do movement (Picture/Instagram) Source: Instagram He stated that he admitted to collecting the money to Deji Adeyanju because he wanted to play along and understand if they believed the rumours. Charly, also claimed that he was aware that Adeyanju showed up with a tape recorder and he decided to play along because he wanted to understand the position of the person he considers a son.
Meanwhile, Festus Keyamo has denied allegation that he paid millions of naira to Charly Boy.
Keyamo who is the official spokesperson of the 2019 re-election bid of President Muhammadu Buhari claimed it would be wrong of anybody to believe that he paid such money to Charly Boy.
According to him, it is the culture of entertainers to raise their stock in the public by bandying phantom figures for their engagements.