- A fan of singer Davido recently tweeted that the 30 BG star is the Nigerian version of Drake
- Reacting to the post, Davido was quick to note that Drake is also the American version of himself
- The singer’s response elicited mixed reactions from his fans on social media
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Popular Nigerian singer David Adeleke aka Davido was recently compared to Canadian rapper Drake by a fan on social media.
The fan identified as Alpha P on Twitter submitted that the 30 BG musician can be described as the Nigerian version of Drake.
Check out his tweet below:
Well, the post got Davido’s attention and he made sure to give an interesting response.
According to the music star, another nice way to look at the tweet is to make the submission that Drake is the version of Davido in the American music scene.
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Check out the tweet by Davido below:
As expected, the tweet got some of his fans on the social media platform talking.
One fan said:
Oga fem, you talk 2 much... Allow your fans to lift, I love u oo, but all dis ur gra gra dey too much, u dey always disguise... What is all this... Be yourself joor."
Another fan tweeted:
"People should appreciate David instead of disrespecting him, David is very much selfless and you'll know that. Do you know what it takes for an African man to deny himself of being a American?????? Add some more respect to the super star Menhhhhh, Davido#1"
Read what others had to say below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Davido finally reacted to the domestic violence allegations against his signee, Lil Frosh.
In an official press statement shared by the singer on Instagram, it was revealed that the recently signed contract between the singer and his label had been terminated.
According to the statement, domestic violence is a serious issue that their label does not condone.
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