Afrobeat singer, Davido has bragged about how one of the past presidents of Nigeria was vibing to his song.
Benco news reported earlier that the singer had opened up on the challenges he faced with his father concerning his music career and how he used his power to hinder his progress.
He stated that his father started pulling strings to get him canceled from shows and made show promoters scared to book him.
But now his father is his biggest fan because the president vibes to his music. Davido stated that when one of his songs went number one on the charts, the president vibed to it and even used it as his ringtone.
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“So at that time, I had a song that was like, it was like top 20 on the charts in Africa.
But then the next song I made went number one. Like the president of my country was rocking with it. The song was his ringtone”.
There was a time promoters were scared to book me because my dad was gonna cancel their show— Davido pic.twitter.com/vtFYbWXxw1
— Wîñço (@Winco_3) October 28, 2023
See some comments below,
One Obinna Kale wrote, “Your story,u can’t imagine what you must have gone through trying to fulfill your dreams. You worked hard, you deserve your flowers
One Osho Steam wrote, “Hard work and consistency. This is a motivation. Love you idolo
One I Am Cj wrote, “Omoo no be lie. Imagine when the number one citizen of the country use ur sing as his ringing tone. No be today OBO big. Getting bigger and bigger
One Jenny Curves wrote, “Gotta love this! Super mega global star and a formal honorific deferential child to his parents
One Do cole Nexx wrote, “If you no sell you market, nobody go do am for you. My gee do your thing, who no like am, make him or she hug transformer
Months back, Davido’s cousin, B-Red had narrated how he sold 20TVs from the singer’s father’s house to raise money.
He narrated how Don Jazzy had offered to help him and Davido with a condition, which led them to sell out Davido’s father’s Televisions in a desperate attempt to raise money.
Though admitting that he regrets his action, he is, however happy that he did it.
Last year, Davido had penned a heartfelt note to his father, recounting his impact on his life.
He credited him for teaching him humility, hard work, and life principles, attesting that his father was the one who taught him that wealth shouldn’t change one’s personality.