Singer Davido says he can sell his expensive cars to help COVID-19 victims

Singer Davido says he can sell his expensive cars to help COVID-19 victims

- Nigerian singer Davido has shown his desire to help Nigerians who are in need

- The singer recently stated that he does not mind selling his expensive cars to help Nigerians who are affected by COVID-19

- Davido made this known after rapper Meek Mill donated his 2018 Rolls Royce Phantom to help people affected by COVID-19

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Nigerian singer David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido, is one celebrity who is always ready to help others. In a recent post he shared, the singer proved his desire to help Nigerians once again.

Recently, American rapper Robert Rihmeek Williams, popularly known as Meek Mill, revealed that he donated his dream car, the 2018 Rolls Royce, to help people who have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

The rapper noted that the car was what motivated him to chase success. Mill joined the all-in challenge, a challenge spreading among stars in Hollywood to help people. Stars have been auctioning things and experiences to feed families.

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Reacting to the move, Davido shared the post on his Instagram story. He then asked if anyone in Lagos state can do what Meek Mill did.

In another post, the singer, who allegedly has a garage worth over 202 million naira, revealed that he does not mind selling off his expensive cars to also help.

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Davido says he doesn’t mind selling his expensive cars to help victims of coronavirus
Source: Instagram

In another hilarious video, a mother who appeared to have been tired of being worried by her son decided to give him a task of counting a bowl of rice so she can have time to rest amid the lockdown exercise.

The video was sighted by on the official Instagram handle of Celebritiesbuzzgh and it is not clear the exact location where it was recorded.

In the video, the mother carefully instructed the young innocent boy to use the counting skills he was taught in class to execute the task for her whilst she goes to the room and "lies down" waiting for him.

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