Award-winning singer and songwriter, David Adedeji Adeleke, professionally known as Davido, has broken silence as he takes to Instagram to pay tribute to his beloved friend and personal photographer, Fortune Umunname, days after he was reported dead.
Fortune allegedly died while working on a photoshoot session on an island. His death has been devastating news for Davido and his crew members, most especially the Fem crooner as he mourns his death by staying off social media for days.
After days of mourning Fortune’s untimely death, Davido finally penned down a tribute note via his verified Instagram page, revealing how he still can't get hold of the fact that the photographer is gone for ever.
The Afrobeat star reflected on how they work together basically everywhere around the world and how Fortune has always been by his side since they started the day they first met. He further stated that the late Fortune is irreplaceable and promised to make his name unforgettable.
In his words, he captioned the post: "Fortune, I can't believe you are gone. Since we met, you have never left my side for once... There is nowhere I enter that you and your lens didn't... You are irreplaceable, you are gone now, but I'll make sure you are never forgotten."
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