Globally famous Afrobeat musician Davido ignited online discussion after his unique love letter to Wizkid went viral.
While performing at the AfroNation Festival, Davido wrote Wizkid a particular letter of sympathy for the death of his mother.
The OBO claimed in his message that he understands Wizkid’s struggles in large part because he has experienced a same range of emotions.
With the heartfelt condolence message he wrote to Wizkid, who recently lost his mother. Afrobeat artist Davido has sparked feelings online.
Wizkid was meant to play at the AfroNation Festival in Detroit, USA, but Davido instead took the stage.
Wizkid Gave Me Room to Be Who I am.
The DMW CEO praised Wizkid and said that he would leave a lasting legacy in the Nigerian music. Business while sending him messages of love and support following the death of his mother.
OBO also shared that Wizkid Gave Me Room to Be Who I am was special because of the gifts he gave him and many others. In the Nigerian music industry the room to compete.
Davido noted that Wizzy was the first to break the barrier that allowed many to follow. OBO added that Wizzy was unique because he allowed numerous musicians.
In Nigeria’s music industry, including him and them, to compete. Wizkid Gave Me Room to Be Who I am was the first to shatter the barrier, which allowed many to follow, according to Davido.
Before his mother passed away, Wizkid frequently gushed about the encouragement he received from her as an artist. He frequently bragged about how much he loved her. The artist wrote the song “Mummy Mi” specifically for her to express his affection for her.
This was happening even though he mentioned her in other songs like “Joy” and “Jaiye Jaiye.” He also mentioned that he had a tattoo of her name, “Morayo,” on his hand.
In July 2019, Wizkid posted a birthday message to her on his Instagram page. The singer, who typically doesn’t congratulate people on social media, uploaded a photo of her and wrote, “My backbone, prayer warrior, my life! I cherish you. For you, I’ll do everything. I’ll comply