Nigerian actress, Simbee Davis who claimed that MC Galaxy raped her at knife point has also now come out to say she was just joking.
Davis put out a post in which she explained that before the controversy she hadn’t been getting airplay and that once she told her fib, she has been getting airplay and that people have wanted to talk to her about it.
Her post reads:
“So I’ve been posting my songs online and no one ever bothered to repost it, no blogger reposted my songs or video, but now scandal is involved everybody don carry simbeedavis, abeg ooo, @mcgalaxy is my brother, no be every news dey real, make una help my tag @mcgalaxy and tell am not to vex, tell am sef to add mouth for one of my song make me sef blow, if no be him nobody for hear my name, for all the bloggers eh, make una blog this one ooo, use same energy you used to promote someone’s downfall to promote my songs and God will bless you. Any one affected by this stunt I pulled please make una forgive me, bottom line is, galaxy is my brother oooo. Peace and love…”
She had in an earlier post (now deleted) claimed that MC Galaxy had promised to teach her how to dance and that when he finally came through on this promise, he then imprisoned her and then forced himself on her.
In her confession video, Simbee seemed awfully relaxed and this had in turn angered many who feel there should be some type of punishment for her actions.
This is Simbee Davis, she falsely accused @mcgalaxyMCG of rape, she turned around this evening to say it was a joke. Is this fair? Shouldn’t there be a punishment for this?
— Jack Robinson (@FeralJack_) July 2, 2019
It’s interesting that MC Galaxy didn’t react to the allegations and a claim by a Twitter user that the entire situation was staged to attack the #IStandWithBusolaDakolo movement and that both parties in the hoax are friendly with Biodun Fatoyinbo.
Mc Galaxy & Actress Simbee Davis are close friends of the rapist pastor. That’s why MC Galaxy won’t sue & Coza members/Rapist apologists will use this as an example to fight against the whole #IStandWithBusolaDakolo movement.
It’s all a planned marketing ploy. Don’t fall for it
— Daughter of Eve: Brown Sugar ⚪ (@DaughterOf_eve) July 2, 2019
It will be interesting to see if indeed the two situations are linked and if so, how it all unfolds moving forward