- Davido is keen on showing the world that his son, Ifeanyi is indeed his heir apparent
- The dad of three shared clips of himself rocking a customised shawl which had the face of his beloved son printed on it
- Many have said that the singer needs to transfer some of the love to Chioma and settle down with her
Davido is no doubt one of the doting fathers in the music industry as he does not hesitate to splurge money and attention on his three kids.
He recently got people talking after he shared clips of himself rocking a customised shawl on his Instagram story channel.
The black and white shawl had the face of a younger version of his third child and son, Ifeanyi printed on it.
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Check out the photos below:
As expected, a lot of Nigerians had opinions concerning the beautiful shawl, with quite a number saying that he is probably warming his way back to Chioma's heart.
Read some comments sighted below:
"Awwwn this is beautiful."
"Being a good dotting father is different from being a good husband who respects you. Most cheating men do this, they shower so much love to the kids so that you don't see their lapses!"
"He's probably doing it all for Chioma to see...he clearly still loves her!!"
"He over loves the boy, he go marry Mama Ifeanyi Soon."
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"Patronizing Chioma’s fans."
"Somebody is warming his way back to Chioma's heart."
"The boy was born out of love, but life happens in between."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that just like he is working hard to expand his jewellery collection, Davido seems to be putting in the same efforts for his children.
Barely a few weeks after splashing millions on jewellery pieces for himself, the father of three recently linked up with his official jeweller, Ice Box, for a brand new piece for his first child, Imade Adeleke.
The gold-coloured pendant spelt out Imade’s name in small letters and was also accompanied with a necklace.