- Singer Davido's bodyguard recently denied a fan the opportunity of taking a selfie with the award-winning artiste
- The fan approached the singer to take a selfie but the bodyguard quickly pushed him away before he could take the picture
- Nigerians on social media have reacted to the development, with some people pointing out that Davido already obliged the fan before his bodyguard stepped in
A video has emerged on social media in which a fan was denied the opportunity of taking a selfie with award-winning Nigerian artiste Davido.
In the video that was posted on Instagram by @instablog9ja, the fan could be seen trying to take a selfie with the music star but the latter's bodyguard pushed him away.
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The singer was already posing for the selfie with his fan before the bodyguard decided to spoil the moment for the gentleman.
Nigerians react to the video
Taking to the comment section to react to the video, Instagram user with handle @doraldo_slim wrote:
"At least dis guy self use this thing get fame lol,the matter don cast."
"See david actually posed but that bouncer na bad belle."
"Because i no get money."
"Bouncers sabi over do ... Na their way normally lol .. Eiyah to that fan, the picture almost happened."
"It’s the fact he was ready to take pic with him for me!An humble king I Stan!"
"This is not so cool. But Davido is down to earth. I know he will scold the bodyguard."
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Davido reacts to Twitter ban by federal government
In other news, Davido, like many other people in the country has reacted to the news of the ban of popular social media platform Twitter.
It was recently announced that Nigeria banned Twitter operations in the country and social media was buzzing with different reactions to the news.
Davido also took to his Twitter page to lament the development. He shared posts where he complained about the situation of things in the country.