The company in a statement said it was false that they owned the Ex-reality TV star 500, 000 Naira, being the value for VVIP tickets in the event which happened in July.

The business further emphasised that its CEO doesn’t have a business relationship with the aggrieved comedian and that they thought the N500K tickets were presents because they were lead sponsors for the reality show that attracted DeeOne to the limelight.

DeeOne on his part said he has made several calls to Mr Eyo in a bid to solving the issue but his calls were returned.

Dee One called out series patrons, Payporte and it’s proprietor, Eyo Bassey in rather an explosive, lengthy Instagram post.

Read the entire statement.

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