See funny reactions as Davido was seeing smoking on the field while playing football.
By Og_mhayor | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 4 views
DMW which is also known as the 30bg gang is a record label which is owned by davido, this DMW team which consists of mayorkun, Peruzzi and others went out to do a football training against another team consist of Zlatan,Oxlade and many other celebrities.
During this peaceful match between this two team Davido which is the captain of his team was seeing smoking on field during the match.
He was also sported doing leg over when the ball wasn't with him .
See what davido was doing.
I think maybe the referee did not see him because he deserves a card for smoking on the field while playing.
This has caused so many people to react online.
Check out their reactions.
What do you think about what davido did,was it the right time to smoke?.
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