Award winning popstar, David Adeleke better known as Davido has been dragged online for his continuous display of wealth.
The singer, who is well known for showing off his wealth and lavish lifestyle was recently dragged by Twitter critic, Daniel Regha.
Davido had shared a post online of him putting wads of dollars in his mouth, which many considered as a subtle shade to colleague, Dammy Krane for calling him out over unpaid debt.
Reprimanding him for it, Daniel described Davido as childish for trying to always prove that he is rich.
According to him, the singer is only trying to gain clout or validation.
Offering him a piece of advice, he stated that if Davido wants to prove that he’s rich, he should establish companies, fund community projects & empower people especially the youths.
He reiterated that Davido looks rich but thinks poor.
“Davido is always trying to prove that he is rich to get clout or validation, that’s truly childish; if he dealt want to flaunt his wealth he should establish companies, fund community projects & empower people especially the youths. Davido looks rich but thinks poor; Poor is flashy”.
This isn’t the first time, Daniel Regha is coming for the singer.
Kemi Filani news recalls that Davido had been mercilessly dragged online Daniel Regha called him out for his unfilled promise.
In February, Davido promised to disburse 20 million naira to 20 business owners which he never did.
Noting how the economy was hard for Nigerian business owners, Davido took to his Twitter page to promise 20 business owners a million naira for their businesses.
“Country hard right now Sha….let’s give 20m to 20 people on Friday..
Send in your business ideas or start up ideas…more details shortly”.
Unfortunately, the singer never fulfilled his promise and Daniel Regha had slammed him.
The critic claimed that the singer used it as a ploy to clout chase.
He blasted him for toying with people’s emotions, which he claimed was a character flaw.
Daniel added that the singer should clear his debts by disbursing the N20 million.