- Legit.ng recently carried out a poll on Twitter about the reactions of Nigerians to Davido's meeting with the IGP on Monday, October 12
- Some of the readers stated that Nigerians were too harsh on the musician
- Other, however, noted that people were not too harsh on the Blow My Mind crooner
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Legit.ng readers have shared how they feel about the reaction of Nigerians to singer Davido's meeting with the Inspector General of Police Mohammed Adamu over the EndSARS protest across the nation.
It was reported that Davido denied being a part of the protest, adding that he was at the march to calm things down.
Davido's statement generated a lot of reactions on social media as people took to various platforms to react to it.
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While some described him as a betrayer of the EndSARS movement, others stated that he was just being diplomatic about his response.
Legit.ng carried out a poll on Twitter to ask their readers whether Nigerians were too harsh attacking Davido after his meeting with the IGP.
45.1% of readers stated that Nigerians were too harsh on the musician, 35% said that people were not too harsh on the Blow My Mind crooner, while 16.2% said that Nigerians were partially harsh on the father of three.
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that EndSARS protesters shut Sanwo-Olu up with Davido's FEM at a recent protest.
On Tuesday, October 13, protesters in Lagos took to the state's government house to stage a protest, and the governor Babjide Sanwo-Olu came out to address them.
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But the moment he started talking, a DJ who came out with the protesters and began to play Davido's latest single called FEM, which means keep quiet.
Surprisingly, the protesters joined in singing and dancing as the camera panned across other participants of the protest.
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