Promoter Paul Okoye reaches out to Davido, Burna Boy and Wizkid

Promoter Paul Okoye reaches out to Davido, Burna Boy and Wizkid

- International show promoter, Paul Okoye, has penned a heartfelt letter to Davido, Burna Boy and Wizkid

- The media executive commended them for how hard each of them has worked to build their brands

- Okoye also told them to use their greatness to set good examples

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Nigerian media executive and international show promoter, Paul Okoye, recently penned an open letter to musicians where he commended their craft, growth and also charged them to do better.

In the post which he shared via Instagram, Okoye started by declaring his love for the singers and acknowledging their monumental strides to advance the African culture around the world.

Paul Okoye reaches out to Davido, Burna Boy and Wizkid

International show promoter Paul Okoye commends Davido, Burna Boy and Wizkid Photo credit: @davido/@burnaboygram/@wizkidayo
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He also talked about how rough 2020 has been, and how it is a reminder of how temporary life is, how far they have come, and how much they still have to achieve.

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The music executive tagged the entertainers heroes of Afrobeat and charged them to use their superpowers to set good examples and lead the way.

The entrepreneur also asked them to think about the state of their family and loved ones if anything ever went wrong.

An excerpt from his post read:

"Dear Sons, African Giant, Baddest OBO, and biggest Star Boy. I love you guys, You all have made monumental strides to advance African culture around the world. Your music has helped to change the face of Afrobeats and turned it into one of the most popular music genres today."

Okoye's open letter came hours after video clips of Davido and Burna Boy's fight surfaced on social media.

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Popular Nigerian singer, Davido, has taken to his Instagram to say that he will be leaving music. This was after videos of his fight with Burna Boy at a nightclub trended online.

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Many Nigerians, mostly his fans, have responded to the tweet he made. Recall that the two made headlines on social media after it was alleged that they were both engaged in an altercation at a club in Ghana.

In a post on Monday, December 28, the singer said: "I go leave this music for Una." Nigerians have reacted massively to his post as many wondered why he is making such a decision at a time when his music career is going well.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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