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NIGERIA Davido Slaps Kizz Daniel’s Manager, Gets Called Out

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People, we may be ending this year with a major beef between two top artistes as  and  look poised to start a long-term beef if reports are to be believed.

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Well, according to reports,  boss,  who held his City of David concert a few days ago slapped Flyboy Inc boss, ‘s manager whose name is Tumi Lawrence.

The latter couldn’t take the insult and took to social media to air his grievance and call out Davido and his fake love. Calling him out, he said: “F**k you and your fake love _Davido

“And to you guys that witnessed it, shame on you @bizzleosikoya @AsaAsika.””

Not to be outdone, Davido responded later by saying “Taink You” which as you mus have guessed would not in any way go down well with the Flyboy crew.

Then again, Davido has also gone ahead to deny the allegations that he slapped Kizz Daniel‘s manager, Tumi Lawrence after a fan asked him if it was true. His response was that it did not happen.

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Reports say that out of annoyance for what Davido did, Kizz Daniel left the venue of the concert and did not perform alongside Davido. Remember both of them were on “One Ticket” that went viral and it’s sad that all of this is happening.

What do you think about this fracas? Did Davido do it? Should he apologize to Tumi Larence? Share your thoughts in the comments section.

James

James Ogunjimi is a writer, music enthusiast, and public relations professional.He is the author of the novel, "A Wall Is Just A Wall" (Bahati Books, UK, 2018).As a PR professional, he's created content for brands like The Basement Gig, Premier Bet, Filmhouse Cinemas, Entefrica, Oxfam, Skyy Vodka, Aiteo, Aramide, etc.He lives for words and enjoys challenges. When he's not writing, he can often be found reading, dissing Chelsea and Arsenal as a loyal Manchester United fan, or pissing people off with unpopular opinions about politics.

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