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Success Isn’t Money To Me, Says Davido

David Adeleke, the Afrobeats maestro, who is popularly known as Davido has talked about what success means to him.

offered a personal definition of success, stating it has nothing to do with money.

He noted that money doesn’t equate to success, noting that the latter was basically about the transformation of lives around one’s community.

He said: “Success to me is not money. To me, it’s the organisations and the lives you change around the community. That is success to me.”

In a bid to provide more insight into his point of view, the “Timeless” crooner tried to give life to his imagination with spoken words.

He explained: “I want to be able to sit down when I’m like 40, 50 and maybe just be on my balcony.

“I always envision it in my head and speak it into existence. Just like I told you I was going to blow up.

“So, I’m going to have big estates and I can just see me wearing a nice Versace robe, you know. Maybe my cognac and my cup and me just walking to the balcony and looking down.

“So when I look down, it’s enguarded with all my wife, friends, kids; the staff. Like just having a party and everybody is successful in their own way. Knowing that all this came from a dream of me just wanting to do music. So, that’s like….I always have that vision.”

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G.O.A.T Debate: Why I Prefer Ronaldo To Messi – Davido Speaks

David Adeleke, the world-renowned Nigerian afrobeats singer, who is professionally known as Davido has cited ‘discipline’ as the reason he prefers Cristiano Ronaldo to Lionel Messi in the G.O.A.T debate.

The 30-year-old musician made this known on the sidelines of the Professional Footballers Association awards.

Recall Davido thrilled the audience at the ceremony to a medley of his songs when the awards marked its 50th anniversary.

Asked by GOAL about his thoughts on the greatest footballer of all time debate between Ronaldo and Messi, the singer said, “Cristiano for me, he is very, very disciplined.

“You know, and to have that kind of success and to be so disciplined at the same time is something I’ve always admired about him.

“I like both of them. But, I personally, I’m a Ronaldo guy.”

Ronaldo recently stated that the rivalry with Messi is over despite the rave it enjoyed among football fans.

He said, “I don’t see things like that; the rivalry is over. It was a healthy rivalry, and the spectators liked it a lot.

He said, “Whoever likes Cristiano Ronaldo doesn’t have to hate Messi and vice versa, because they are both very good. We’ve done well; we have changed the history of football, and we’ll keep on doing it. We are respected all over the world; that’s the most important thing.

“He makes his way; I make mine, even if we’re playing outside Europe. From what I’ve seen, he has done well, and so have I. It’s about continuing; the legacy continues.

“I’ve said there’s no rivalry. We’ve shared the stage for 15 years, and we ended up being—I wouldn’t say friends—because I never dined with him. We are professional colleagues, and we respect each other.”

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Don’t Give Her Belle O – Fans React As Davido Gets Customised Jersey From Super Falcon’s Alozie

Nigerians have issued a warning to Super Falcons star, Michelle Alozie after she gave singer, Davido a customized shirt.
Nigerians warned her to be wary not to get pregnant for the singer.
Alozie, who was part of the Nigeria Super Falcons team that reached the round of 16 at the just-concluded Women’s World Cup tournament in Australia and New Zealand, took to X (formerly Twitter) to share a picture of herself and the music star.
In the picture, the football star presented her customised jersey to the ‘Fem’ crooner as they both posed for the camera smiling.
The picture has, however, continued to generate mixed reactions from social media users who took to Twitter to send a subtle warning to the Falcons star.
The netizens jokingly warned Alozie to be careful around Davido, a father of 4 children from 4 women.
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Davido Celebrates As His Song, ‘Unavailable’ Gains 100m Streams On Spotify

Davido has taken to Twitter to celebrate.
This comes after his recent album “Unavailable” got 100 millon streams on Spotify.
The music sensation, following its release in early 2023, became an instant success, quickly taking over playlists and music charts worldwide and becoming an iconic sound on social media platforms like TikTok.
Sharing the good news, he wrote: “To celebrate 100m streams for ‘unavailable’ on Spotify … I’ll drop ‘feel’ Video .. we almost there ⏳”
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Davido, Burna Boy Lead Maiden Trace Awards Nominations (Full List)

Nominations for the 2023 Trace Awards have been released.
The award organisers announced the nominee list for the inaugural edition on Monday.
Davido, Burna Boy and Tiwa Savage are among the artistes lead the nominee list.
Among those vying for the awards are artistes, music producers, DJs, writers, composers, directors, and record labels.
Davido and Burna Boy bagged four nominations each in categories such as ‘Best Male’, ‘Song of the Year’, ‘Best Live’, ‘Best Collaboration’, ‘Best Artist’, and ‘Album of the Year’.
The music stars were followed by Asake, Wizkid, Tiwa Savage, Ayra Starr, Yemi Alade, and Fireboy DML, who grabbed three nominations each, while Rema and Kizz Daniel earned two nods each.
Other notable Nigerians on the list include Odumodublvck, Oxlade, The Compozers, Moses Bliss, DJ Spinall, Olamide, BNXN, Show Dem Camp, and Nissi.
Olivier Laouchez, Trace chairman and co-founder, described African artistes as “extraordinarily creative and dynamic”.
“They represent a massive cultural force and deserve more global recognition and celebration. The Trace Awards’ nominations salute achievement and excellence from more than 150 performers,” he said.
“We congratulate all the nominees, most of whom will attend and perform in Kigali on 21 October. It will be an unmissable experience for lovers of African and Afro-inspired music.”
The event will take place on 21 October 2023 at the BK Arena, Kigali, Rwanda
See the full nomination list below:
Best Male
Asake (Nigeria)
Burna Boy (Nigeria)
Davido (Nigeria)
Diamond Platnumz (Tanzania)
Didi B (Ivory Coast)
K.O (South Africa)
Rema (Nigeria)
Best Female
Ayra Starr (Nigeria)
Josey (Ivory Coast)
Nadia Mukami (Kenya)
Soraia Ramos (Cape Verde)
Tiwa Savage (Nigeria)
Viviane Chidid (Senegal)
Song of the Year
“BKBN” – Soraia Ramos (Cape Verde)
“People” – Libianca (Cameroon)
“Suavemente” – Soolking (France)
“Encre” – Emma’a (Gabon)
“Sugarcane” – Camidoh (Ghana)
“Last Last” – Burna Boy (Nigeria)
“Rush” – Ayra Starr (Nigeria)
“Calm Down” – Rema (Nigeria)
“Peru” – Fireboy DML (Nigeria) with Ed Sheeran (UK)
“Sete” – K.O (South Africa)
“Cough” – Kizz Daniel (Nigeria)
“MORTEL 06” – Innoss’B (Ivory Coast)
Best Music Video
“2 Sugar” – Wizkid (Nigeria) feat. Ayra Starr (Nigeria)
“Baddie” – Yemi Alade (Nigeria)
“Kpaflotage” – Suspect 95 (Ivory Coast)
“Loaded” – Tiwa Savage(Nigeria) & Asake (Nigeria)
“Ronda” – Blxckie (South Africa)
“Tombolo” – Kalash (Martinique)
Yatapita” – Diamond Platnumz (Tanzania)
Best Newcomer
Azawi (Uganda)
Krys M (Cameroon)
Libianca (Cameroon)
Nissi (Nigeria)
Odumodublvck (Nigeria)
Pabi Cooper (South Africa)
Roseline Layo (Ivory Coast)
Best Collaboration 
“Many Ways” – BNXN (Nigeria) with Wizkid (Nigeria)
“Mine” – Show Dem Camp (Nigeria) with Oxlade (Nigeria)
“Peru” – Fireboy DML (Nigeria) with Ed Sheeran (UK)
“Second Sermon” – Black Sherif (Ghana) with Burna Boy (Nigeria)
“Sete” – K.O (South Africa) with Young Stunna (South Africa), Blxckie (South Africa)
“Stamina” – Tiwa Savage with Ayra Starr (Nigeria) & Young Jonn (Nigeria)
“Trumpet” – Olamide (Nigeria) with Ckay (Nigeria)
“Unavailable” – Davido (Nigeria) with Musa Keys (South Africa)
Best DJ
Danni Gato (Cape Verde)
DJ BDK (Ivory Coast)
DJ Illans (France)
DJ Spinall (Nigeria)
Michael Brun (Haiti)
Uncle Waffles (Swaziland)
Best Producer
DJ Maphorisa (South Africa)
Juls (Ghana)
Kabza de Small (South Africa)
Kel-P (Nigeria)
Tamsir (Ivory Coast)
Best Gospel Artist
Benjamin Dube (South Africa)
Janet Otieno (Kenya)
KS Bloom (Ivory Coast)
Levixone (Uganda)
Moses Bliss (Nigeria)
Best Live
Burna Boy (Nigeria)
Fally Ipupa (DRC)
Musa Keys (South Africa)
The Compozers (Nigeria)
Wizkid (Nigeria)
Yemi Alade (Nigeria)
Best Dancer
Robot Boii (South Africa)
Tayc (France)
Uganda Ghetto Kids (Uganda)
Yemi Alade (Nigeria)
Zuchu (Tanzania)
Best Artist Africa – Anglohone
Asake (Nigeria)
Ayra Starr (Nigeria)
Black Sherif (Ghana)
Davido (Nigeria)
Diamond Platnumz (Tanzania)
Fireboy DML (Nigeria)
Best Artist Africa – Francophone
Didi B (Ivory Coast)
Emma’a (Gabon)
Fally Ipupa (DRC)
KO-C (Cameroon)
Locko (Cameroon)
Serge Beynaud (Ivory Coast)
Viviane Chidid (Senegal)
Best Artist Africa – Lusophone
Gerilson Insrael (Angola)
Lisandro Cuxi (Cape Verde)
Perola (Angola)
Plutonio (Mozambique)
Soraia Ramos (Cape Verde)
Best Artist – Rwanda
Ariel Wayz (Rwanda)
Bruce Melodie (Rwanda)
Bwiza (Rwanda)
Chriss Eazy (Rwanda)
Kenny Sol (Rwanda)
Best Artist – France & Belgium
Aya Nakamura (France)
Booba (France)
Nihno (France)
Ronisia (France)
Soolking (France)
Tayc (France)
Best Artist – UK
Central Cee (UK)
Headie One (UK)
Ms Banks (UK)
Raye (UK)
Stormzy (UK)
Best Artist – The Caribbean
Admiral T (Guadeloupe)
Bamby (French Guiana)
Kalash (Martinique)
Maureen (Martinique)
Popcaan (Jamaica)
Princess Lover (Martinique)
Rutshelle Guillaume (Haiti)
Shenseea (Jamaica)
Best Artist – Indian Ocean
Donovan BTS (Mauritius)
GaEi (Madagascar)
Goulam (Comoros)
Mikl (Reunion)
Sega el (Reunion)
Terell Elymoor (Mayotte)
Best Artist – Brazil
Djonga (Brazil)
Iza (Brazil)
Leo Santana (Brazil)
Ludmilla (Brazil)
Luedji Luna (Brazil)
Best Artist – North Africa
Amira Zouhair (Morocco)
Artmasta (Tunisia)
Dystinct (Morocco)
El Grande Toto (Morocco)
Kader Japonais (Algeria)
Raja Meziane (Algeria)
Album of the Year
“DNK”- Aya Nakamura (France)
“Love Damini” – Burna Boy (Nigeria)
“Maverick” – Kizz Daniel (Nigeria)
“More Love, Less Ego” – Wizkid (Nigeria)
“Timeless” – Davido (Nigeria)
“Work of Art” – Asake (Nigeria)
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Sadness Flies Away On The Wings Of Time – Davido Condoles Wizkid Over His Mum’s Death

David Adeleke, the world-famous Nigerian singer, who is popularly known as Davido, has condoled with his colleague, Wizkid over the death of his mother.


Recall that Mrs. Jane Dolapo Balogun, the mother of Grammy-winning singer, Wizkid, died on Friday.

Consoling the Starboy boss on Saturday, Davido said he would heal with time.

On his Twitter handle, he wrote; “Praying for you my brother @wizkidayo. Sadness flies away on the wings of time.”

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Davido Leads 2023 AFRIMMA Nominations (Full List)

Davido has gotten 6 nominations ahead of the 2023 Africa Muzik and Magazine Awards (AFRIMMA).
AFRIMMA announced the nominations on its website.
Davido is nominated in categories such as ‘Album of the Year’, ‘Song of the Year’, and ‘Artiste of the Year’, among others.
The ‘Timeless’ hitmaker was followed by Rema and Burna Boy, who grabbed three nominations each while Tiwa Savage, Odumodublack, and Omah Lay earned two nominations each.
Other notable Nigerians on the list include Omah Lay, Asake, Tems, BNXN, Adekunle Gold, Ayra Starr, Wizkid, Shalipopi, and Young Jonn.
The award ceremony is set to take place on September 17 at the Monumental Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, Texas.
See the full list below:
Best Male West Africa
Adekunle Gold – Nigeria
Black Sheriff – Ghana
Bnxn– Nigeria
Santrinos Raphael– Togo
Asake– Nigeria
Didi B – Ivory Coast
King Promise– Ghana
Tonton Pal – Mali
Omah Lay – Nigeria
Best Female West Africa
Amaarae – Ghana
Tems – Nigeria
Josey – Ivory Coast
Manamba Kante – Guinea
Ayra Starr – Nigeria
Gyakie – Ghana
Tiwa Savage– Nigeria
Fatoumata Diawara– Mali
Best Male East Africa
Lij Michael – Ethiopia
Nyashinski – Kenya
Eddy Kenzo – Uganda
Diamond Platnumz – Tanzania
Mbosso – Tanzania
Bien – Kenya
Harmonize – Tanzania
Meddy – Rwanda
Single Dee – South Sudan
Best Female East Africa
Maua Sama – Tanzania
Nadia Mukami – Kenya
Zuchu – Tanzania
Azawi– Uganda
Nikita Kering – Kenya
Spice Diana – Uganda
Fena Gitu – Kenya
Nandy – Tanzania
Hewan Gebrewold – Ethiopia
Best Male Central Africa
T-Rex – Angola
Fabregas – Congo DR
TayC – Cameroon
Fally Ipupa – Congo DR
Calema – Sao Tome
Mic Monsta- Cameroon
Gerilson Israel -Angola
Djodje- Cape Verde
Best Female Central Africa
Perola– Angola
Nenny- Cape Verde
Liloca- Mozambique
Libianca – Cameroon
Soraia Ramos- Cape Verde
Espoir La Tigresse – Gabon
Asaba – Cameroon
Emma’a – Gabon
Best Male Southern Africa
Costa Titch- South Africa
Dj Tarico – Mozambique
Macky2- Zambia
Musa Keys -South Africa
Dj Maphorisa- South Africa
Winky D – Zimbabwe
Aka– South Africa
Han C – Botswana
Sjava – South Africa
Best Female Southern Africa
Ami Faku– South Africa
Tamy Moyo – Zimbabwe
Mpho Sebina – Botswana
Dj Zhinle- South Africa
Sha Sha – Zimbabwe
Nadia Nakai – South Africa
Towela – Zambia
Makhadzi – South Africa
Tyla – South Africa
Best Male North Africa
Wegz– Egypt
Draganov – Morocco
A.L.A– Tunisia
SoolKing – Algeria
Marwan Moussa – Egypt
El Grande Toto – Morocco
Dj Snake – Algeria
Snor – Morocco
Best Female North Africa
Marwa Loud – Morocco
Emel – Tunisia
Faouzia – Morocco
Souhila Ben Lachab – Algeria
Ruby – Egypt
Latifa – Tunisia
Kenza Morsli – Algeria
Jaylann – Morocco
Crossing Boundaries With Music Award
Burna Boy–Nigeria
Aya Nakamura -Mali
Rema- Nigeria
Libianca– Cameroon
Toby Nwigwe – Nigeria
J Hus- Gambia
Wizkid – Nigeria
Best Newcomer
Hewan Gebrewold
Guchi – Nigeria
Jzyno – Liberia
Young Jonn – Nigeria
Lavalava – Tanzania
Odumodu Black – Nigeria
Lisandro Cuxi – Cape Verde
Lasmid – Ghana
Shalipopi – Nigeria
Artiste of The Year
Asake – (Nigeria)
Fally Ipupa- Congo
Diamond Platnumz (Tanzania)
Burnaboy- Nigeria
Rema – Nigeria
SoolKing – Algeria
Aya Nakamura – Mali
Davido – Nigeria
Best Gospel
Mercy Chinwo – Nigeria
Piesie Esther – Ghana
Christina Shusho – Tanzania
Miguel Buila – Angola
Bidemi Olaoba – Nigeria
KS Bloom – Ivory Coast
Joel Lwaga – Tanzania
Pulani Maphari – South Africa
Sumisola Agbebi Okeleye – Nigeria
Best Live Act
Sauti Sol -Kenya
Burnaboy – Nigeria
Diamond Platnumz – Tanzania
Flavour – Nigeria
Barnaba – Tanzania
Fally Ipupa – DR Congo
Calema – Sao Tome
C4 Pedro – Angola
Best Female Rap Act
Nata – Sierra Leone
Femi One – Kenya
Eno Barony – Ghana
Rosa Ree – Tanzania
Feli Nuna – Ghana
Askia – Cameroon
Ami Yerewolo – Mali
Best Male Rap Act
Odumodu Black – Nigeria
Yung Lunya – Tanzania
Ninho – Congo
Black Sheriff – Ghana
A-Reece – South Africa
Blaqbonez – Nigeria
Blxckie – South Africa
Marwan Moussa – Egypt
Best Collaboration
Mbosso ft Costa Titch & Alfa Kat – Shetani
Spyro x Tiwa Savage – Who’s Your Guy?
Davido x Musa Keys – Unavailable Musa Keys
Rema ft Selena Gomez – Calm Down Remix
Wegz x AshMusic – Amira
Fally Ipupa ft Charlotte Dipanda – Garde du Coeur
Joshua Baraka ft Joeboy, King Promise & Bien – Nana Remix
Boutross ft Juiceer Mann – Angela
Song of The Year
Libianca – People
Kcee – Ojapiano
Davido ft Musa Keys – Unavailable
Uncle Waffles x Tony Duardo x Justin99 ft Pcee, EeQue, Chley– Yahyuppiyah
King Promise – Terminator
Joshua Baraka ft Joeboy, King Promise & Bien – Nana Remix
Rayvanny ft Diamond Platnumz – Nitogonze
Tyler ICU & ft Dj Maphorisa, Nandipha808, Ceeka RSA & Tyron Dee – Mnike
Best Video Director
Hanscana – Tanzania
Director Pink – Nigeria
Elias Belkader – Algeria
Mateo Da Silva – Cameroon
TG Omori – Nigeria
Babs Direction– Ghana
Jake Zaral – Zimbabwe
Dammy Twitch – Nigeria
Best DJ Africa
DJ Spinall – Nigeria
DJ Dollar– Senegal
Waffles – Swaziland
Ms DSF – Nigeria
DJ Danni Gato – Cape Verde
DJ Faculty – Ghana
Dj Nelasta- Angola
Major League DJs – South Africa
Dj Consequence – Nigeria
Best African DJ USA
Dj Nani – Nigeria
Dj Akua – Ghana
DJ Prince – Nigeria
DJ Shinski – Kenya
DJ Birame BB l’amour – Ivory Coast
Dj Yas Meen Selectress – Egypt
Lex and Answer – Zimbabwe
Dj Freshy K– Nigeria
AFRIMMA Video of The Year
Black Sheriff – Konongo Zongo
Davido ft Musa Keys – Unavailable
Libianca – People
Victony ft Rema & Don Toliver – Soweto Remix
Joshua Baraka ft Joeboy, King Promise & Bien – Nana Remix
Fally Ipupa ft Charlotte Dipanda – Garde du Coeur
Mbosso ft Costa Titch & Alfa Kat – Shetani
Jay Melody – Nitasema
Music Producer of The Year
C4 Pedro – Angola
Andre Vibez– Nigeria
207 – Uganda
Ayo Lizzer – Tanzania
Magicstickz– Nigeria
MOGBeats – Ghana
Kabza De Small– South Africa
London – Nigeria
Best African Dancer
Masaka Dance Kids – Uganda
Poco Lee – Nigeria
Ghetto Kids – (Uganda)
Angel Nyigu – Tanzania
Hope Ramafalo – South Africa
Dancegod Lloyd – Ghana
Hooliboy – Ghana
Best Lusophone
T-Rex – Angola
Lisandro Cuxi – Cape Verde
Edgar Domingos – Angola
Djodje – Cape Verde
Mr Bow – Mozambique
Soraia Ramos – Cape Verde
Gerislon Israel – Angola
C4 Pedro – Angol
Best Francophone
Fally Ipupa – Congo DR
Serge Beynaud – Ivory Coast
Josey – Ivory Coast
Wally B. Seck – Senegal
TayC– Cameroon
Innos B – Congo DR
Tenor – Cameroon
Dadju – Congo DR
Best Reggae/Dancehall
Masicka – Jamaica
Mr Killa – Grenada
Patoranking – Nigeria
Jada Kingdom– Jamaica
Shatta Wale – Ghana
Popcaan – Jamaica
Shenseea – Jamaica
Skillibeng – Jamaica
Radio/TV Personnel of The Year
Ebuka – Nigeria
Konnie Toure – Ivory Coast
Tbo Touch – South Africa
IK Osakioduwa – Nigeria
Afonso Quintas – Angola
James Onen – Uganda
Idris Sultan – Tanzania
Kwame Sefa Kayi – Ghana
Best African Group
Disco Misr – Egypt
Sauti Sol – Kenya
Calema – Sao Tome
The Cavemen – Nigeria
Show Dem Camp – Nigeria
Toofan – Togo
Jano Band – Ethiopia
Mafikizolo – South Africa
AFRIMMA Album of The Year
Davido – Timeless
Aka – Mass Country
Ammarae – Fountain Baby
Fatoumata Diawara – London Ko
Stonebwoy – 5th Dimension
Asake – Work of Art
Nomfundo Moh – Ugcobo
Omah Lay – Boy Alone Deluxe
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Send Your Account Number And Embark On Your Journey When I’m Back – Davido Reacts As Bicycle Rider Insists On Coming To Lagos

Afrobeats star, Davido Adeleke has responded after his fan who embarked on a bicycle trip from Benue to Lagos state to see him insisted on continuing his journey.

The singer had asked him to turn back because he is not around.

TORI earlier reported that a Twitter influencer, SSbmuzik called Davido’s attention to his fan’s notable quest.

According to SSBmuzik, Emmiwuks is currently on day eight of his trip.

He wrote: “A young man called @emmiwuks embarked on a Benue to Lagos trip on bicycle to meet Afrobeat super @davido. He’s currently on Day 8.”

In response to the post, the singer stressed that he’s currently not at home. He then urged the fan to turn around.

Davido Replied: “Turn around I am not home.”

Reacting to the ‘Feel’ crooner, the man insisted on coming to Lagos to see Davido adding he is already in Benin.

The fan added he also had a gift for the singer.

He wrote: “Am not going back. Boss I must present my gift 🎁🎁 to you @davido. Benin state heading to Ogun any moment from now…”

In response to this, Davido requested the fan to send his account number and embark on the ‘great journey’ when he is back to Lagos.

He wrote: “U no wan hear …. Oya send account … then u can do ur great journey when I’m back”.

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You Have The Most Views On YouTube In The Entire History Of Nigerian Music – Davido Hails Rema

Afrobeats star, Davido has shown support for his younger colleague, Rema as he hails him for his achievements on YouTube and in the Nigerian music industry.

In a recently uploaded video, Davido expressed to Rema that he has broken numerous records, including having the most views on his YouTube videos and establishing a prominent name in the Nigerian music scene.

Davido’s remarks have drawn considerable attention, with many concerned Nigerians expressing their opinions on the matter in the comment section.

See some reactions below:

heislove_light: “Davido even after what happened between him and Rema in the past. He still love and support the new cat.”

comedian_aboki44: “Normally davido dey give credit to everybody like take your % i collect my own.”

222princekay: “Humble man ke? If he no give am who him wan come give. Rema is undoubtably the top new cat, everybody knows.”

mosh001o: “No be only song Davido sabi ooo the man is kind and helpful.”

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Mixed Reactions As Twitter Suspends Account Of Davido’s Alleged Babymama, Anita Brown

The Twitter account of Anita Brown, the alleged babymama of Afrobeats star, Davido has been suspended.

This led to jubilation among fans of the singer with many asking for her Instagram account to be suspended too.

A quick check shows that Twitter has taken action against the account, but the reasons behind the suspension have not been officially disclosed.

The alleged affair between Anita Brown and Nigerian music sensation, Davido has been the subject of numerous controversies and speculations in recent months.

As news of the account suspension spread like wildfire, social media platforms were flooded with reactions from netizens.

Many expressed joy and excitement over the development, hailing Twitter’s decision to suspend Anita Brown’s account.

See Reactions Below;

@ Ngl Fabrics wrote; “It’s better haba, dis babe just dey worry is on top fuel price. Make we rest abeg.”

@ Tess said; “Na Instagram remain. Thank God for the first step.”

@Christy Francis Tender wrote; “Let’s do same to her Instagram account, please

@ Pershenz said, “Long overdue.”

@ Meklos wrote, “That serves her right. Her own is too much Talkative.”

@Debby Whyt wrote, “Her IG is next, please. I’m tired of her rant.”