Afrobeats icon, David Adeleke, better known as Davido has dragged staunch followers of the President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari.
According to Davido, supporters of the president deserve to end up in hell.
While reacting to the news of the alleged disappearance of a popular Catholic priest, Mbaka, the music star said anyone supporting the current administration deserves to go to hell.
“God how did it get to this man !!! Anybody supporting this government suppose go hellfire Walai …. it’s not even ridiculous no more it’s disgusting and evil !!!!” he tweeted.
God how did it get to this man !!! Any body supporting this government suppose go hell fire Walai …. it’s not even ridiculous no more it’s disgusting and evil !!!! https://t.co/3bIROsJrjs
— Davido (@davido) May 5, 2021
However, 1st News reports that the popular cleric has since resurfaced.
Interestingly, the singer has already hinted at joining politics.
During a chat with Ebuka Obi-Uchendu on the BlackBox interview series, the billionaire heir said he would someday run for a House of Representatives seat.
“You will see. Presidency, I’m joking. I don’t know, I’ll probably start from the House of Representatives,” he said. “This is the first time I am ever saying this. Yes, I win run for office.”
It is no news that the music star has remained vocal with the political situation in the country.
Recall during the #EndSARS protests across the country, he was one of the most active celebrities in the forefront.
Davido was born in Atlanta but was raised in Lagos.
He made his music debut as a member of the music group KB International. He also studied Business Administration at Oakwood University; before dropping out to make beats as well as record vocal references.
The singer rose to fame in 2011 with the release of “Dami Duro“, also the second single from his debut studio album Omo Baba Olowo (2012).
Equally important, the album also contains six additional singles: “Back When”; “Ekuro“; “Overseas”; “All of You“; “Gbon Gbon“; as well as “Feel Alright”.
In 2012, the Nigerian recording artiste won The Headies Award for Next Rated.