Human beings always make their presence known to each other through greetings. As it suggest the type of relationship or social status between individual or group of people coming in contact with each other.
In Cubana chief priest's recent instagram post, he was seen exchanging greetings with Davido in a weird manner. The greeting gesture between these two celebrities is strange because it is different from the usual fist bump, hug, handshake and bow we use as our greeting gesture in Nigeria.
It is undeniable that Cubana chief priest used the opportunity of his recent post to pay tribute to Obama DMW who died on the 29th of June, as he captioned his photos saying; "forward ever, backward never!!!! The movement continues.. I be Jew fade #Rip 44 every metal day must remember #Dr Ezemuo".
Judging from the above caption, it is obvious that Cubana chief priest didn't only pay tribute to Obama. He also used the opportunity to reveal to his fans the confraternity he belongs to, as he says; "I be Jew fade".
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