Singer Davido laments as his first show in Jamaica gets cancelled due to COVID

Singer Davido laments as his first show in Jamaica gets cancelled due to COVID

- Popular Nigerian singer, Davido, and other musicians have no doubt been greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic

- The music star recently took to social media to complain about the virus and its effect on the people

- Davido said that COVID sucked as he explained that his first show in Jamaica has been called off

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Top Nigerian music artiste, David ‘Davido’ Adeleke, recently complained bitterly after one of his shows was affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The music star seemed quite upset that his show in Jamaica had been cancelled because of the dangers posed by the virus.

According to the DMW boss, it was meant to be his first show in the North American country and it was supposed to hold on December 23, 2020.

Singer Davido laments as his first show in Jamaica gets cancelled due to COVID
Singer Davido has lamented bitterly about COVID 19. Photos: @davido
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Davido added to his post that COVID was definitely messed up.

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In his words:

“MAHN COVID Su*cks .. Was meant to have my first show in Jamaica today”

See his post below:

As expected, his tweet generated numerous comments. Read what some of them had to say below:

Bamangaibrahim advised the singer to hold the concert virtually:

Ogunseprint told the singer that he could always hold the concert after the pandemic:

Kingsley asked why it seemed that the European countries were the ones determining the rise and fall in COVID cases:

Zaki Truth is of the opinion that everything works for good.

Eddie reminded Davido of what happened to Nigerian artistes that performed in Uganda:

In other music-related news, Legit.ng earlier reported on the top 20 Nigerian songs that were street anthems in the year 2020. Some of the songs that made the list are Bad Influence by Omah Lay, Smile by Wizkid, Fem by Davido and others.

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The Nigerian music industry like every other sector was no doubt badly hit in the year 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic and other issues that troubled the country.

However, it also seemed to be a year of great discovery in the music industry owing to the number of break out stars that fans were blessed with as well as beautiful music from other top artistes.

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