- Singer Davido recently addressed an overreaching fan on social media
- The individual had made a joke in bad taste about the singer being responsible for Rema’s meltdown
- Reacting, Davido made it clear that the joke was not fair
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Popular Nigerian singer David Adeleke aka Davido may be much loved for his free-spirited personality on social media but the music star also knows when to draw the line for overreaching fans.
Just recently, a Twitter user identified as Fola (@manlikefola_) made an unsavoury joke about Davido being the cause of singer Rema’s Twitter meltdown.
Fola in his false tweet claimed that Davido slapped the singer at the venue of the Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) grand finale where they were both billed to perform.
The tweet had gotten mixed reactions from members of the internet community and some people had even started pointing accusatory fingers at Davido.
However, shortly after sharing the tweet, Fola returned to retract his words and submit that he was simply joking.
See his tweet below:
Reacting to the apology, Davido noted that the individual’s action was unfair as a lot of people truly believed what he had initially tweeted.
He also added that celebrities are also humans just like anyone else.
See the exchange below:
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Joining Davido to condemn the joke made about him, a Twitter user wrote:
“People should honestly stop joking on this street. We are all humans and have feelings. Stop joking around and hurting people, and then come back to say ‘small play’. It’s absolutely wrong.”
Read more reactions from fans below:
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Recall that Legit.ng earlier reported that singer Rema gave his fans on social media a cause for concern after going on an emotional Twitter tirade and making some worrisome revelations.
Rema confessed to stealing a laptop once and how he needed to fend for his family. The singer similarly tweeted about his experience with some colleagues in the entertainment industry
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