- Davido has considered quitting music hours after his reported scuffle with Burna Boy hit Twitter
- Fans of the musician in their thousands took to his comment section, telling him to deal with his opposition constructively
- As at the time of writing this report, comments under his tweet numbered more than 13k
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.
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 another video shared by Naijaeverything on Instagram, Wizkid looked straight ahead as Davido stormed angrily out of the space.
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.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"In life there's always opposition... The best way to respond is to bring another banger!"
"If you do, who will now be giving is back-to-back bangers? No think am bro."
"Don't let anyone bully you David. You are a lion don't give them the satisfaction. Instead na them go run at full speed. We love you bruh."
"God forbid, they can’t succeed my champion. I feel like crying right now."
"You are not leaving for anyone. In this life, you will always have enemies. You have to face them! If you are loved by everyone, check yourself. You are not leaving music, my King."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that in a recent interview, the hitmaker shared some pretty interesting things about himself that not so many people know.
The FEM crooner, who said his favourite song is Dami Duro, stated that his celebrity crush is Kylie Jenner. He quickly added that nothing would happen between them since they are both in relationships.
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