I found out Carter Efe opened fake accounts in my name – Young Duu

Promising young musician, Young Duu, has alleged that famous skit-maker, Carter Efe impersonated him in a bid to attack music superstar, Davido online.

Carter Efe and Young Duu, formerly signed to Portable’s Zeh Nation, recently collaborated on a single titled Oyinmo, which became a hit, and garnered impressive airplays.

However, the song ownership stirred controversy and caused a rift between them leading to the end of Young Duu’s working relationship with the skit-maker.

Carter Efe opened fake accounts in my name - Young Duu

In a trending video posted on Instagram, he claimed Carter Efe created fake social media accounts with his name and was using them to drag Omo Baba Olowo.

Young Duu said; “Carter Efe, God will punish you. You are using a Twitter account in my name to troll Davido. He will think I am the one attacking him. It’s unfair. You are fake.”

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CorrectNG reported earlier that Duu made damning allegations against his former record label boss, Habeeb Okikiola better known as Portable.

The ex-Zeh Nation artiste accused Portable of threatening his life and attempting to use him for rituals with the aim of taking his glory.

Speaking during a live video, he rained curses on the Zazuu star, stating that it will never be well with him. Young Duu also claimed he was assaulted on the street by thugs loyal to Portable.

He said it was when he was still signed to the music label, that Portable wanted to use him for money ritual, but the attempt was unsuccessful.

According to Duu, he landed in the hospital after the failed attempt and Portable was angry that he did not die. He asked the music executive whom he used to call brother to leave him alone because he is an unfortunate person who will never find fortune.

Young Duu said; “He tried to use me for a ritual, but I was saved and ended up in the hospital. He was angry that I didn’t die. May things not get better for you.

“You’re an unfortunate person. We used to smoke together in the street, yet I called you brother. You’ll never find fortune.”