Popular Nigerian singer, David Adeleke, better known as Davido took to his Twitter page hours ago, to tweet something that has left a lot of mouths wide open wondering where the tweet was coming from!
Aside the fact that the heavyweight singer is one of the super talented musicians in Nigeria, he's also among the top richest artistes in the country if not the richest among them all.
However, the singer despite all the influence and affluence asked like most Nigerians have been asking each other recently, on Twitter where the rich people are seeing all the money.
"Where una dey see this money?", he asked.
This tweet by Davido has gone viral generating a lot of reactions from fans and lovers both on Twitter and Instagram. And what really made it sound so surprising is that the singer was seen in some viral videos spraying Yinka Ayefele a lot of money in Abeokuta.
Toyin Aimakhu said "Davido, don't try us ooo" while Mercy Aigbe said "stop using us to catch cruise".
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