Yhemo Lee sues Lil frosh, demands N200 million damages

Nigerian actor and club promoter, Idowu Adeyemi also known as Yhemo Lee, has dragged his colleague, Lil Frosh to court for alleged defamation of character.

It may be recalled that musician, Lil Frosh called Yhemo Lee days ago, alleging that he got slapped by him when they met in public.

Yhemo Lee sue Frosh

Lil Frosh wrote: “@yhemo_lee Wettin I do your mama wey make you slap me? God will judge you! Na by force to greet?

“I no sabi your papa from anywhere and you come slap me cause I no greet you? God will judge you unless I do anything to you!”

The singer later issued a public notice that his life is under threat and if anything happens to him then Idowu should be held responsible.

“If anything happens to me Sanni Goriola Wasiu ‘Lil Frosh,’ hold YhemoLee responsible for it. He’s threatening me!”

Yhemo Lee, who had remained silent all through filed a suit through his counsel, Inibehe Effiong against Frosh (Sanni Goriola Wasiu) and demanded an apology, a retraction of his statements as well as N200 million in damages.

Yhemo Lee demand N200m Lil Frosh

The letter reads partly:


Given the above, we hereby demand the following:

(a) That you cease and desist forthwith from making further or fresh defamatory statements of any sort against our Client on Instagram or any other medium.

(b) A full and unconditional retraction of each and every defamatory statements, particularly the ones referenced above, that you have published against our Client.

(c) An unconditional apology both in words and by video, to be posted on your verified Instagram account, in which you must specifically admit that your accusations and innuendos against our Client are false.

(d) Contact all third parties, who reposted, shared, circulated or republished in any manner, your defamatory statements against our Client, and demand that they remove and retract them forthwith and avail us with proof of compliance.

(e) That you pay to our Client, the sum of Two Hundred Million Naira (N200,000,000) as general and aggravated damages for your defamatory statements.