- Davido’s manager has said that celebrities like Naomi Campbell and Beyonce are culture vultures
- He said that they do not owe Africans anything and all they do is take is from them
- Asika also added that once they get whatever they want, they move onto the next one
Davido’s manager, Asa Asika, has said that Nigerians should stop expecting support from the likes of Naomi Campbell and Beyonce because they are culture vultures.
His post was a reaction to the fact that Beyonce and Naomi Campbell took too long to react to the issues that are being faced in the country.
He also said that they do not owe Africans anything and they move on after they are done milking cultural values.
Here’s what he said:
"I hope you guys no longer expect anything from all these culture vultures, I hope you have learnt. They owe us nothing, it’s a taking game from them, how can they gain etc. Once they can’t gain anymore on to the next one - yes I’m referring to people like Beyoncé and Naomi"
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Asa's post generated mixed reactions from the fans of the superstars.
Here's what some of them said:
Naomi Campbell, however, replied Asa Asika via her official Twitter handle, here's what she said:
"I have loved the African continent since my first visit in 1993, and will continue to do all I can to support in any way. God bless you."
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In other related news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Naomi Campbell celebrated a huge milestone as she turned fifty in June 2020.
The beauty shared a touching birthday message with her followers and thanked everyone who had been there for her. Naomi also made a special mention of her mother.
"I'm so thankful to have amazing people in my life and grateful for all 50 of my years on this beautiful planet. I honestly did not think I would get here. My journey, so far, has been extremely colourful. (I am) always reminding myself I am a work in process, growing and learning every day. And Mum, thank you for giving me life and life lessons."
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