E-Money vows to take legal action over claims of involvement in Junior Pope’s death

Emeka Okonkwo aka E-Money

Music executive Emeka Okonkwo, better known as E-Money, has vowed to take legal action against those claiming he is responsible for actor Junior Pope’s death.

The 43-year-old threatened legal action in an Instagram post on Friday after two women alleged he had a hand in the actor’s demise.

Reacting in a statement, E-Money described the claims as “damaging and false information”, adding that “their actions show a complete lack of respect for the memory of the deceased and are deeply hurtful to our grieving family.”

He added: “I cannot fold my hands and allow this heinous act to continue without consequence. I am committed to identifying these unscrupulous individuals and ensuring they are held accountable. It is imperative that we clean up our social media space and let the law take its rightful course.

“Furthermore, bloggers disseminating this information without proper investigation and confirmation will also not be spared in this bid for justice. Anyone with credible information that can assist the authorities in apprehending these two women responsible for this malicious character assassination, should please come forward. Your help will not only bring justice but highly appreciated. Enough is enough!

“Thank you for your support and understanding during this challenging time. Send me a DM.”

After the death of Junior Pope on April 10, E-Money promised to take care of the three children the movie star left behind.

Junior Pope got married to his partner Jennifer Awele in 2014.

Their children are Jason, Jaden and Jamon.

The actor’s funeral service was held on Friday, May 17.