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Duncan Mighty called out for failing to make refunds for a show he was paid for in December

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Twitter user identified as @jacksonpbn has publicly called out the popular singer, Duncan Mighty while accusing him of dodging a concert after receiving payments.

This is coming after the Port Harcourt Boy crooner some weeks back shared a photo of himself wrapped in bandages while revealing how he got involved in a ghastly motor accident.

The netizen who insisted that this is a method devised by the singer to withhold the money without discharging his duties disclosed that this has been the style of the artiste for some time now.

He also vowed to get back his money at all costs.

He wrote:

“I paid Duncan Mighty N3million for Nkporo Youths Unity Concert that held December 30 2021, and additional N630k for flight tickets. He didn’t show up for the concert. Next I heard was a picture of him wrapped in bandages claiming accident while holding his cell phone.

Duncan Mighty has become notorious for collecting money from show promoters and not showing up. He did that with a show in Uromi, Uyo and other places. I am not one who would want to deal with folks in the entertainment industry. Duncan should avoid my troubles and pay back NOW!”

In a follow-up tweet, he also wrote:

“So last night I went down to my basement to dance to Duncan Mighty’s song. I just wanted to show that much as I love his music, he cannot take my money on top of an agreement and just walk away and nothing happens. If that is his style, I am be the last he tries that stuff with.”

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