Video from DJ Olu Abiodun & Chime Amaechi’s last night with money in boot of car

So one of the most talked about news in a long time doesn’t seem to be dying down..

The mysterious death of 3 close associates of Nigerian music superstar David Adeleke, popularly known as, Davido, has been filled with many conflicting details..

Barely 24 hours after the autopsy report of Tagbo surfaced and Chime Amaechi’s family claimed DJ Olu and Chime were probably poisoned cause of a business deal and the Lagos State Police Command revealed that it recovered substances suspected to be hard drugs in the car the bodies of the young men were found in, a video supposed to be that of DJ Olu and Chime has surfaced..

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Recall, according to the Lagos State Acting Commissioner of Police, Edgar Imohimi, “there was no mark of violence on the bodies of the deceased”, however, “autopsies would be carried out to know the cause of death” and the substances found in the car would “be analysed.”

But now, Olisa Blogazine has released videos purportedly taken by DJ Olu and Chime on their last night on earth.

Olisa source indicates that the videos, which showed them laughing and having fun, with no inkling that death was hovering, were recorded on their phones.

An intriguing part of the video showed boxes of money in the boot of their car. If this video was really taken on the same day the young men died, then it begs the question: what happened to the money? Is it tied to their death?

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The fact that the Nigerian police didn’t list boxes of money among the items found in the car with the young men.

Watch video below;

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