Nigerian singer, Timaya Inetimi, was last week accused by a lady on Instagram of hitting her sister with his car and running away.
Timaya in his response did not deny the incident and said the issue has been resolved and he has seen the injured lady.
In a turn of events, the victim of the accident Osinubi Damilola has opened up on her side of the story, accusing the singer of leaving her in her pull of blood.
Timaya Called Out by Victim
In a lengthy Instagram post on Tuesday, Damilola said, “Not only that he dragged me on the road where I sustained injuries on my face, my two knees, my right hand, all my acrylic nails forcefully pulled out before I knew it, but he also ran away leaving me in my pool of blood.
“Then passerby rushed me to a nearby pharmacy where I managed to call my husband before I was later taken to Reddington Hospital where I received about 15 stitches on my face and another treatment was administered before I was later discharged later in the evening and was taken to General hospital for further treatment.”
Damilola further revealed that she was bullied by the 41-year-old artiste because she’s a woman.
“How can you tell the whole world you didn’t notice you a car? I knocked on your side window to draw your attention only for you to bully me as a woman,” she wrote.
Damilola debunked Timaya’s statement of having reached out to her to apologize and sort her hospital bills.
“Timaya Inetimi @timayatimaya you are wicked and heartless. You painted your wicked act of hit and run with emotion. Your conscience will continue to judge you cause you intentionally hit me off with your green G wagon boasting that you are a celebrity.
“Your lawyer came and sympathized with me in the general hospital at about 10:30 pm and your lawyer said this is too much for someone to let it slide.
“The pains you inflicted on me by your recklessness and no respect for womanhood. The permanent scar you inflicted on me intentionally. All I want is justice as he isn’t feeling remorse because he should not go scot-free to serve as a deterrent for others,” she added.