Davido, Cindy Okafor, Mr. Macaroni, And Others React As Teni Just Said This To Davido.
By Signed | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 1410 views
At times, popularity is something that is very good. When you are popular, you would probably have the favor of a lot of people by your side. Popularity has helped some of these musicians to go higher. But success is the key thing in life as everyone surely wants to succeed.
Teni is also known as Teni Mckanaki whose real name is Teniola Apata has said something about the Popular Nigerian Musician, Davido.
Teni took to her Instagram page to say this about Davido as she shared a video of when she and Davido met at the Ikoyi area of Lagos State, Nigeria. She said to Davido in her own words, "I Love You King Davido."
With this, Teni is trying to accept the fact that Davido is the king over them all.
With that, Davido has now reacted to what Teniola Apata has just said about him. Davido, Cindy Okafor, Mr. Macaroni, and others were part of those who reacted by commenting on the Instagram post, Teniola made. See some of the reactions in the screenshots below:
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