We all know Davido is one celeb who doesn’t take likely anything that has to do with his family like what he did to a supposed friend who trolled his uncle over the Osun elections.
The friend simply identified as Olu Ricky had taken to Instagram mock Davido uncle, Senator Ademola Adeleke over the just concluded governorship elections held in Osun state.
“Lolz he wasn’t present for the Osun State debate Channels TV held back then, he is present to announce he is going to court,” he wrote.
Between Davido and a supposed friend on Instagram
Well, it didn’t take long before Davido took to the comment section to reply to the guy he thought was his friend.
“Olu Ricky? Ur really here commenting this about my uncle and Ull, see someone and be smiling in their face! I considered you a friend! Bitch Behaviour, smh fuck you x2..same way you weren’t present for court when they were about to deport your FRAUD ASS! Fucking hoe! I hope to see you soon,” he replied.
We know this might not be the end as we all know how Davido can sometimes go overboard when he wants to get dirty on social media. Even though this might just be the end of this friendship we still can’t forget Davido’s persistence and doggedness during the elections at Osun state.
Just be the rerun elections in Osun state, Davido sent a last-minute message to its citizens. The music star on Wednesday, September 26, 2018, took to his Twitter page where he posted his message to the people of Osun. In his message, he thanked the Osun people for the support they have shown so far towards his uncle, Senator Ademola Adeleke and prayed they extend the support on Thursday, September 26, 2018, during the rerun.
“To all patriotic Osun citizens. On the road to #Osun2018, I salute you all for all the mileage you have covered thus so far during the election. I salute your courage, resilience and support Adeleke the “dancing senator soon to be cheerful and Dancing governor,” he wrote.
He didn’t end there, he went on to appeal to the citizens of Osun state not to be sugarcoated by the “blatant promises” of the opposition party.