Nigeria music sensation, Davido has been called out by a fan for missing a show in Nairobi, Kenya due to flight issues.
Things sprung up when OBO took to his Instagram page to apologise to his 7.9 million followers for not being able to make it to the show, but he got roasted by a fan who believed his apology doesn’t hold water if his private jet ownership claims were to be true.
“Nairobi, I can’t be with you guys tonight. Flight issues out of my control, we tried to find a solution but no luck. A new date will be announced soon,” the hitmaker wrote.
The apology seem not to sit well with the disgruntled fan who waisted no time to reply Davido with a savage response. “Where is your private jet?” the fan had asked. And Davido as expected in his petty manner replied afterwards.
“I used commercial flight here my dad had to use the jet… any problem?? asked Davido. It can been seen that the singer really had the time luxury to go back and forth with this particular fan.
Check out their conversation below:
Davido sells out concert in Mayotte, a place he had never heard of before [Video]
Davido is preaching the gospel of his music to the farther corners of the earth and the weekend of Saturday, October 27 saw him perform at the little island of Mayotte, a region of France.
The singer announced his excitement at performing in a place where he says he had never heard of before he got booked for the event.
Taking to his social media pages, Davido posted, ”Mayotte, Never heard of this place until we got booked to perform here ! Arrived two days before the show and had problem communicating with the people because of language barrier, even to order food nah wahala ! Touched that stage last night we all spoke the same language.”
Mayotte is a small country with a population of just over 200,000. The island is situated along the Indian Ocean between Madagascar and the coast of Mozambique.
It is an insular department and region of France officially named the Department of Mayotte, though traditional Mayotte culture is most closely related to that of the neighbouring Comoros islands, with the major languages on the island predominantly French and Malagasy.
This is not the first time that Davido will be performing in a place that is quite remote and unpopular to a number of Nigerians, as earlier in May, Davido had also performed at the little known country of Suriname in South America, where he sold out a concert that had over 10,000 fans in attendance.