Is Duke of Spades serious about going public with the names of debtors he has threatened to release? It’s 1st of April and many can hardly wait to see if he would carry out his threat
Richard Nnadi, known popularly as Duke of Spades, has gone ahead to show that he is serious about releasing the debtors’ list today, 1st of April.
Recall that the owner of the once bubbling Escape Night club in Lagos had to shut it down earlier this year due to lack of funds.
It is rumoured, though, that Davido has purchased the club building for Chioma in order to support her culinary business.
Celebrities like Tonto Dikeh frowned at the video Duke of Spades made threatening to expose the celebrity debtors who were responsible for wreaking his business. He recently had a meeting with Ubi Franklin and Paul O, owner of Upfront and Personal, to discuss his threat of exposing the debtors.
According to him, he has compiled the list of debtors in a book and the sum each person is currently owing his business. He has struck out the names of those who responded to his threat and started paying their money.
So far, he has gotten about 10 million naira from debtors who have paid up.
It’s 1st of April now. Do you think the Duke of Spades will go ahead to release the list of debtors?