- Rapper Naira Marley has shared a post, saying he believes a pastor would call him to perform his latest song in church
- Singer Davido replied Marley's post by throwing shade. The singer told the rapper to wait for Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo to invite him this December
- It could be assumed that Davido threw this shade due to an incident that occurred a few days ago with the pastor
- Davido had done a video with a fan that attends Fatoyinbo's church and the video was later used for an advert without the singer's permission
It seems like Nigerian singer David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido, has not forgotten what happened between him and the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) some days ago.
In a bid to help out a young female fan, Davido had shot a video with her talking about what she plans to do in the days to come. However, that same video was then used for an advert for the church.
Legit.ng had reported that the singer immediately called out the church and asked them to take down the promotional video.
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Days after the viral incident, rapper and friend of Davido, Naira Marley, shared a post on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, stating that he believes a pastor would call him to perform his latest song Tesumiole in church soon.
What led Naira Marley to share the tweet is unknown, but Davido's comment under the post can be led back to the promotional video incident.
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Davido told Naira Marley to get ready for the senior pastor of COZA, Biodun Fatoyinbo, to invite him to perform this December.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Nigerians on social media had reacted to the church promotional video that featured Davido without his permission. Nigerians shared mixed reactions but many of the singer's fans came out to defend him, stating that the church was wrong for taking a goodwill video and making it into an advert.
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