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Jigan, an actor, has dropped his lawsuit against singer Asake

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Abimbola Kazeem, widely known as Jigan Baba Oja in Nollywood, has reversed his prior warning against Asake.

Jigan had already called out Asake for making a dig at him in his song and threatened him with legal action.

Jigan, on the other hand, expressed his love for Asake in a post and video accompanied with a credit alert screenshot on his social media handle.

Jigan indicated in a blurred screenshot alert that no one should ever fight Asake on his behalf again.

He laid a curse on anyone who would fight the singer over him.

He said; “Asake ti tewo. No one in this world should ever fight him over me again! God will punish anyone that fights Asake for me!! Good night lovers. Mr Money thank you @asakemusic.”

In another post, the actor made a video where he addressed Asake as his brother.

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