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Two Famous Celebrities Whose Fathers Initially Opposed Their Decisions To Become What They Are Today

There is no doubt that fathers always want best for their children and they also show and guide them through the right path. Arguably, there are some fathers who want something different from what children want for themselves. However, below are 2 Nigerian celebrities whose fathers opposed their decision to become what they are today, however, they may not know this is how great it will turn out for them.(Credit Source; Instagram)


The Nigerian popular film maker, Destiny Etiko also known as Drama Doll is one of the two famous Nigerian celebrities in our list who did not had an initial support from their father.

According to source, Destiny Etiko had full support from her mother when she wanted to go for acting but her father Mr. John Anonde Etiko was not satisfied with her decision. The Said reasons for her father to make such statement is because he was afraid his daughter won't be able to cope with acting and at the same time raising a family. However, Destiny kept moving and make it big in the Nigerian entertainment industry.(Credit Source; Instagram/destinyetikoofficial)

Unfortunately, the Drama Doll lost her father on 15th May, 2020.


The second person who is not left out in our list is the popular Nigerian-American singer and billionaire son, Davido Adeleke who also had some initial though time with his Dad during his early days in the music industry.(Credit Source; Google search engine)

Quoting from the source, the famous artist said he had problem with his dad during his early stage in the industry because he was upset that he dropped out of Oakwood University in Alabama, US to return home to pursue a music career.(Credit Source; Instagram/davido)

What is your own opinion about these two? Feel free to drop it in the comment box below.

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