SAY THE TRUTH!!! If You Have A Chance To See Davido Face To Face – What Advice Would You Give Him About His Team?

Over the weekend, Davido made history again as he sold out the 20,000 seating capacity hall.

Davido performed at a packed O2 Arena in London, yesterday, March 5. Not that it matters, but show organisers confirmed the 20K capacity venue was beyond sold out.

Fans were thrilled as wonderfully sung Nigerian street anthems were performed at the ground. The show had in attendance Nigerian socialite Cubana Chief Priest and his entourage, actress and filmmaker Eniola Badmus, actor Williams Uchemba, and a host of other influential people.

Davido also made sure he took the very best of Afrobeats with him to London, bringing out the likes of Adekunle Gold, Patoranking, Pheelz, Reekado Banks, Mayorkun, Victony, CKay, Teni, Popcan, Ghanaian musician Stonebwoy, and more on stage.

However, Internet trolls have faulted reports which said that ace singer, Davido had sold out his show at the popular O2 Arena in London, United Kingdom. Naysayers have gone far to make their claims count.

Sharing pictures of the venue which show empty seats and vacant spaces, Davido’s critics opened a room for reactions and discourse.

One of the F**kups that happened at the show was that of his official DJ, ECool playing one of Davido’s song from a blog and the blog’s signature was loud enough to silence Davido’s song making it noticeable to everyone.

Lastly, the timing was not perfectly managed. A report claimed Davido had to pay about N190M for finishing late.

See a screenshot of the claim post below:-

Does it mean his team are not doing their work right? These are basic things that could have been avoided. Did he not appoint the right people for the planning of the show?

Are his team members getting carried away or too comfortable to do what they are paid being paid for? Are they feeling too big to be seeing doing their job?

So Guys, if you have a chance to see Davido face to face 👇

What Advice Would You Give Him About His Team?

Let us hear from you


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