Duncan Mighty: Sister-in-law Counters Claims
The sister-in-law of Port Harcourt singer Duncan Mighty has countered his claims stating that neither her or any member of her family was interested in the singer’s property.
Maria shared this in a live session after Duncan Mighty made claims that she and her family were in a plot to kill him and inherit his properties.
He stated that he recorded a portion of his significant other’s admission as proof to back his cases.
However, in a telephone interview with Saturday Beats, Maria dared him to post the evidence he had. She said, “This is a family matter because my younger sister is married to him. There are children involved, so there are things I cannot talk about. About his claims on social media, my mother, sister and I only have love for him. Whatever he is saying about my family, he is on his own. We don’t want to get involved in all this. When he is done, he would clear himself.
“I do not live with them and I cannot leave my father’s house to go and inherit another man’s property. I don’t understand why he said those things. He said he is the only child but I know he is not. His mother has other children. He also has children outside wedlock, so where is my stake in his property. He has been deleting comments by people who know him. He should stop removing those comments. Would a reasonable person air their family issues in public? Everybody, including his wife, Vivian, are okay. She has children to take care of. He took the boy because that is the only son he has. We don’t want to join issues with him. Let him post his evidence, so the truth would prevail. The truth cannot be hidden. You cannot cover a lie forever.”
This is not the first time Duncan and his wife would be in the news for the wrong reason. In August 2018, there were reports that the singer pummelled his wife in their Port Harcourt home. But, in a swift response, the ‘Fake Love’ crooner denied the allegations of domestic violence, adding that his marriage would not be destroyed by what is posted on social media.
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