- Davido has released the official video for his new song, FEM
- This comes barely a few hours after dropping the new song following his return to social media
- Many people have perceived the song to be a diss track directed at his music colleague, Burna Boy
Nigerian music lovers and fans are currently buzzing with reactions following the return of singer Davido to social media.
Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of how the singer made an epic comeback announcing the release of his new track, FEM which is an onomatopoeia for 'shut up'.
Taking to Instagram, Davido shared a snippet of the music video. The video which starts off with the singer coming out of a private jet proceeds to show him riding a desert bike with his entourage on the road.
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The song which of the singer to social media after he took a break on June 3, has generated a lot of reactions from music lovers, some of whom think it is a diss song directed at self-acclaimed African giant.
According to Pulse which put out an explainer for the song, FEM is, in fact, a diss track.
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In the first lines of the song, Davido sang, “E be like you don dey talk too much, small talk you don dey talk talk, fem. O boy, you don dey do too much, small talk you don dey look who talk, fem…”
Then the shots and threats began, “Person wey dey find pity, nor dey do me itty bitty. You wan know 30 BG, you go know 30 GB when you see 30 BG…” What really gave Davido away was, “Then Odogwu say we ‘Like To Party’ just call me...:”
This, however, comes as no surprise as fans have not missed the bad blood between the two superstars who over time have engaged in throwing shades at each other.
Recall Burna Boy caught the attention of internet users on the platform after he shared a post on his Snapchat page; just moments after Davido came out to describe himself and colleague Wizkid as the greatest African superstars.
Burna Boy in a Snapchat post that has now been deleted said: “You cannot play football, everybody knows you cannot play football and you are an embarrassment to the team but your daddy bought the football team.”
Although the Ye crooner did not mention any names, music fans were quick to bring the matter to Twitter and call the singer out.
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