The Nigerian famous musician disclosed that the fact that God has blessed you with money doesn’t mean to disrespect those who don’t have it.
This was a free advice the "Champion Sound " hit maker gave to his 23 million followers across the globe on his official micro blogging platform Twitter.
Davido in his tweet said...
Money might get you a faster car, bigger house, or VIP seats but it doesn't give you the right to treat others with less any differently. Class and decency have no price tag attached. Be kind!!!!!!!
According to reports the singer born David Adedeji Adeleke better known as Davido is among the top richest musicians in Nigerian. Even though he was born into a wealthy family, he didn’t allow his father’s wealth to define him or make him look down on people.
It was reported earlier this year, when he donated over 20million dollars to orphanages across Nigeria.
He is not just a rich musician, he is also a humble son of the land.
See his post below;
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