Popular Nigerian singer, Davido, has responded to accusations made by former President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick, claiming that he refused to perform at an event in Warri, Delta State, despite receiving a payment of over $94,600.
Pinnick voiced his grievances during the 19th edition of ‘Warri Again,’ alleging that the organizers had also arranged for a private jet worth $18,000 for Davido but that he failed to make an appearance.
“We paid Davido $94,600 on the 6th of April. We paid $18,000 for his plane,” Pinnick asserted.
Refusing to be intimidated, Davido responded with a subtle jab, asserting his unwavering commitment to his craft. In an Instagram post on Saturday, he declared, “Nobody can stop me from performing anywhere in Nigeria… Warri, I will see you soon.”
Furthermore, he shared an image of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) logo with the caption, “Make I no talk.”
Amidst the controversy, Davido’s message to his fans in Warri remains clear – he intends to deliver an unforgettable performance in the city. This exchange serves as a testament to the resilience and pride of Nigerian artists who continue to captivate audiences both at home and abroad.