Entertainment & Celebrities
Davido reacts as man blames him for son’s death; says he and Chioma ought to be sued
Award-winning crooner, David Adeleke, also known as Davido, has replied to a Ghanaian troll who made a derogatory and insensitive comment about his son, Ifeanyi’s death.
We recalls that Davido’s son, Ifeanyi Adeleke had drowned to death in a swimming pool in their family house on 31st November 2022.
In a twist, while many people expressed their condolences, a Twitter user identified as Albert Nat Hyde (@bongoldeas) took to his handle to make a callous post about Ifeanyi’s death.
According to the man, Ifeanyi died due to the negligence and carelessness of Davido. He added that Davido should be blamed for the sudden death of his son while stating that in some advanced countries like the U.S, the singer and his fiancee will be investigated and probably sued.
“Davido has always been careless and carefree. Blame him for the sudden death of his son”, he maintained.
See the tweets below:
Davido who just recently returned online subtly replied to the troll as he prayed that he never goes through what he has gone through and even called for the blessings of God upon him.
See their chats below:
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