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Video: Nigerian singer Queency Benna chopped by Medical Doctor, Details Leaked online

Leaked chat shows singer Queency Benna threatening man named Obi after she wasn’t paid the agreed amount following a tryst .

Queency Benna’s claim that she was raped by a man named Obi appears to be a case of a woman who wasn’t paid after a tryst as shown by leaked chats.

 

Late last night, singer Queency Benna released a video, saying she was suicidal because she was raped by a doctor named Obi (read here).

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She released part of their chats to back her claims and said she was waiting for a doctor’s report. She also tagged the Nigerian police.

 

The full chat has now emerged and it appears to show that they agreed to meet for sex but problem began when he paid her afterwards with fake transfer.

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In the chat, she called him a “doctor that is inhuman enough to sleep with a woman in her own hotel room and left her stranded after an argument.”

 

She reached out to him, asking for her money. When that wasn’t forthcoming, she threatened to go on social media to call him out and she later followed through on her threats.

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Read the chats below.

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Leaked chat shows singer Queency Benna threatening man named Obi after she wasn

Leaked chat shows singer Queency Benna threatening man named Obi after she wasn

Leaked chat shows singer Queency Benna threatening man named Obi after she wasn

Leaked chat shows singer Queency Benna threatening man named Obi after she wasn

Leaked chat shows singer Queency Benna threatening man named Obi after she wasn

 

 

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