- A video of Nigerian singer, Davido, performing at the inauguration of Governor Alex Otti of Abia state, has surfaced online
- In the video, the Timeless star is seen performing his hit song, Dami Duro, to a hall packed with attendees
- Several fans who saw the video have taken to the comment section to applaud the singer
The Unavailable singer made himself pretty available as he thrilled a hall packed with people with a performance of his 2021 hit song, Dami Duro.
Watch the video below:
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Netizens hail Davido over performance at Abia inauguration
"He knows the one that was free and fair.... A king I stan."
"How won’t you love Davido."
"And this is how you protest without saying much… kudos davido."
"This is what I like!"
"My idolo is very hardworking."
Reactions as Davido allegedly gives street beggar $100, video trends: "Dem go tear that guy shirt"
Davido has continued to extend his act of philanthropy through any opportunity that presents itself. A video making the rounds online captured when a street beggar met the DMW boss in the car.
Davido rolled down his car window to casually give the young man a dollar note, which many presumed to be a 100-dollar bill.
The young man, excited to have gotten the monetary gift, took off into the street to escape the wrath of the environment he was in at that moment.
“I am Olamide Badoo Junior, I don’t need any record label”: Seyi Vibez brags, slams critics in viral video
Fast and rising singer Seyi Vibez warned other rappers competing with him in the industry, comparing himself to Olamide, who never required the support of a record label to prosper.
The Chance hitmaker took to social media on Monday 29, to express his feelings while dissing another artist, yet to be identified.
Seyi Vibez went on to boast about being self-sufficient in his profession and not requiring the assistance of a record company to be successful. He also likened himself to Olamide Badoo, addressing himself as his junior.