Davido’s bouncer dealt the young man a slap on his face, causing one of his AirPods to fall out and into the car.
A Nigerian man has taken to social media to cry out after his not-so-good experience meeting singer Davido.
In a video trending online, the young man who described himself as an upcoming artist revealed that he had stuck his head in the singer’s car to make a video with him.
However, Davido’s bouncer dealt the young man a slap on his face, causing one of his AirPods to fall out and into the car.
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Away from that, Annie Idibia, a Nigerian actress, remembered on Saturday how her musician husband, 2Baba, featured her in the video for his popular song, ‘African Queen,’ 19 years ago.
This was revealed by the actress in reference to a recent song, Smile, in which her husband appeared again in the video.
Going back in time, Annie said on her Instagram page that she was struggling as a model when 2Baba, then known as 2face, invited her to feature in his song, African Queen.
2Baba’s popular song, African Queen, was released in 2004, shortly after his breakout from the all-boys band Plantashun Boiz.
Reflecting on that moment, Annie noted that she and her then-boyfriend, 2face, didn’t know the song would “change the entire music scene in Africa”.
The actress, who had two children for the singer, wrote, “19 years ago, while still struggling to find my feet in the modelling industry, my then-boyfriend who just broke from a boy band group called me to star in his new song (African Queen).