- Nigerian singer, Davido, has been called out on a lie about owning a private jet
- According to a news outlet, he doesn't own the jet but rather a part owner
- The report further reads that major financiers have chosen to play down their involvement to give Davido conceded prominence
Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of how Nigerian music superstar, Davido, copped himself a private jet, making him the youngest Nigerian to own one.
Well it turns out it isn't entirely true. A Nigerian news outlet identified as TheCapital reports that Davido didn’t buy any private jet but is only a part owner of the jet. According to their reports, the major financiers only chose to remain in the background.
The report reads, "Our source has exclusively revealed that what Davido went on air to announce is actually “fractional ownership” in which his financial commitment in the arrangement is meagre while the major financiers have chosen to play down their involvement to give Davido conceded prominence."
"According to our source, conceding prominence to Davido in the private jet ownership is part of a business deal to make Davido very bankable in the showbiz industry. This arrangement is to present Davido as a viable brand with a view to cornering lucrative deals from multinational businesses, countries and other foreign entities. "
"The guys at the vanguard of the jet ownership narrative are said to have agreed on a sharing formula with Davido when the deals start coming in. The jet upon delivery would be deployed to Davido’s peripatetic needs and those of others in need of it. TheCapital has exclusively obtained information revealing a good number of Nigerians on this membership plan but whom have been reported to be jet owners."
The Assurance crooner recently took to Snapchat to react to the allegations. He wrote: "“You no get money dem golaff u… u come get money dem go say u proud… naija which way na…”
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