Nollywood actress and disc jockey, Dorcas Shola Fapson has knocked the designer who dragged her online over an unpaid debt for the dress she wore to the AMVCA event.
Dorcas had ordered a dress for the AMVCA 8th edition at the last hour and had paid half of the money.
Unfortunately, Dorcas wasn’t impressed with the dress, though she wore it to the AMVCA and took several pictures with it, with a refusal to pay the remaining balance for the dress.
Infuriated by her action, the designer took to his Instagram page to drag the disc jockey. He also narrated all that transpired between them. Part of his post reads:
“DSF!! Please pay me my money!! You didn’t pay for fabrics nor for my service and you are not there posting me? What did I do wrong? For helping a celebrity that didn’t have much on her but wanted to go for AMVCA?? Dsf you blocked me after reaching out to you for my balance, you paid 200k for a fabric of 470k which you saw with your eyes before I bought for it. You reached out on Thursday for an event happening on Saturday, you paid on Friday, in a day, Dsf??
You used your nails to make holes on the dress, cause I got home to see. No fittings or anything and you’re saying you won’t pay me for an outfit you wore? If you didn’t like it why did you wear it please? You even poses for pictures and videos that same night. Now you went to your page to post a picture with a silly caption after I reached out for my balance cause you don’t want to pay my money. Dsf the person that won best dressed didn’t wear a 200k dress excuse me?!! If it was that way like 59 people go chop the award!!
I didn’t bath or change my outfit just go make you happy and you still did this!! Trying to spoil my brand, I have worked with celebrities and I have never had issues with any. Fear God!! You texted me first cause you liked my work, now to pay you say you no like work again, all the way from Abuja haba!”.
Dorcas Fapson who wouldn’t allow her name be dragged in the mud fired back with receipts, stating that the dress was a total mess.
See her series of posts below: