- Former vice president of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar, recently confirmed that he was a Davido fan on social media
- The politician congratulated the singer on his recently released A Better Time album
- Nigerians took to the comment section to drop hilarious comments and opinions about the message
Nigerian singer, Adeleke David, aka Davido, is widely loved by fans both home and abroad, so it's no surprise that notable figures and celebrities have congratulated him on his recently released ABT album.
One of his fans from the political circle is former vice president and 2019 presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar.
The politician took to Twitter to congratulate the FEM crooner who just released his highly anticipated album, A Better Time.
Atiku who insinuated that Davido ushered in a better time literally, wrote:
No one is chasing you: Nigerians react to Davido's revelation that A Better Time was recorded in 14 days
"Congratulations @Davido for ushering in #ABetterTime."
See post below:
Nigerians, however, refused to believe that the politician sent the message out of his love for music or support for young talents.
Some stated that it was a ploy to get people on his side for 2023, and were quick to let him know that his fake support would not work, others simply laughed off the gesture.
Legit.ng gathered some reactions:
Earlier, Legit.ng reported about Davido being the man of the moment following the release of his highly anticipated album, A Better Time.
The 16-track album featured both local and international artistes like Tiwa Savage, Mayorkun, Lil Baby, Nas, and Chris Brown.
American rapper Nicki was one of the foreign artistes featured on the album and she sent a congratulatory message to Davido.
"Congratulations @davido!!! #HolyGround #ABetterTime #Naija to the WORLD!!!! "
One of the early highlights of the album was his Holy Ground track with Nicki Minaj. The song celebrated and honoured love.
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