“May our keypads not put us in trouble” – Nathaniel Bassey Petitions IG for Defamation Over Claims He Fathered Mercy Chinwo’s Son (VIDEO)

Nigerian gospel singer, Nathaniel Bassey, has shown his grievance over an allegation made against him by some social media users.

Senior Man had reported that Mercy Chinwo and her husband had revealed the face of their son during Easter.

Many of their fans said that the little boy looked like the singer’s husband while others claimed Nathaniel Bassey fathered the child.

In a new development, the ‘Jesus Iye’ crooner petitioned the IG of the police about the issue. According to his lawyers who works with the Fortress Link Law firm, four social media users, Okoronkwo Ejike, Kingsley Ibeh, Terrence Ekot, and Dj Spoiltkid claimed that the little boy looked like the male gospel singer.

Lawyers say they have evidence

In the clip, one of the lawyers said that the case was not that of cruise. He mentioned that one of the people used the picture of the male gospel singer and claimed that he was the father of the little boy.

According to him, they have gone beyond the law.

Lawyer calls on police to act

In the recording, one of the lawyers said that the police know the law and what the criminal code says about issue.

He also noted that they have attached evidence to the petition they tendered. Recall that Nathaniel Bassey had visited Mercy Chinwo after she gave birth to her son.

How fans reacted to the video Netizens have reacted to the petition written by the gospel singer. Here are some of the comments below:

@olajokearike: “Very good.’

@real_flexy: “Satisfaction button.”

@engr.georgefelix: “This will serve as a lesson to all those that talk without reasoning…they wanna get famous they’ll get famous paying for defamation.”

@omabarbie1: “They should not do Christianity and pity them, teach them a good lesson biko on our behalf.”

@abiolataiwobliss: “They need to learn big time.”

@pictolifetimestories: “I concur. They F those people up big time.”

@trendyshoesnbags: “Way to go. My mouth will not put me in trouble button.’

@ms_dera: “Nobody should come here and use Christianity to blackmail anybody maka ara igba gi!”

@harrison_gwamnishu: “Supported 100%.”

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