Award-winning singer and philanthropist, Davido has offered to render financial assistance to a Tiktoker who entertained him.
Famous blogger, Tunde Ednut had shared a video of a lady, who went to bed drinking garri, as she was short of cash.
In the clip, the lady gives netizens a glimpse into her lifestyle and her type of fried rice and chicken.
The Tiktoker said she wanted to go to bed on an empty stomach as she was short of cash and wanted to use her last money to eat breakfast the next day, but she was too hungry and had to feed her stomach.
She took netizens on a shopping spree to buy garri, milk, and biscuits which she ate as dinner.
Davido, who saw the video, was entertained and offered to send the lady money.
Tunde Ednut shared a screenshot of their chat, where Davido promised to bless the lady with N2 million.
“I love this, I wanna send her money. Help me get her details thanks.
Yeah, I’ll send you 2m tomorrow to give her”, he said in the chat.
Many took to the blog’s comment section to hail Davido.
This isn’t the first time, Davido is showing love to people on the internet.
Davido to bless young tricycle driver with N1,000,000 for being a die-hard fan of him
Early this year, Davido blessed a die-hard fan with N1,000,000.
The fan, who is a tricycle driver showed his love for the singer by decorating his tricycle with stickers of Davido.
Instagram blogger, Tunde Ednut had uploaded the video on his Instagram page, which had drawn the attention of Davido. Flattered by his love for him, Davido had reached out to the blogger and offered to help him.
In the chat, Davido had promised to give the boy N1,000,000, and the singer had kept to his words and blessed the fan with a million naira after he was found.
Davido brags as he spends over N200 million on orphanages
Just a few days back, Davido, had bragged about spending over two hundred million naira on orphanages across Nigeria.
Davido made this known in a statement on his Instagram page, where he revealed that he has always used his platform to serve others, and he is delighted to do so.
The singer noted that his foundation, David Adeleke Foundation, had disbursed two hundred and thirty-seven million naira (237, 000,000) to benefit the less privileged.