Davido cries over being left out in Beyoncé's Black is King Album

Davido cries over being left out in Beyoncé's Black is King Album

- Singer Davido recently had an explosive interview with popular Nigerian media personality Ebuka voicing out many things

- He has also confessed to how bad he felt for being left out in Beyoncé Black is King Album

- Davido also talked about how he got into music, the rivalry between him and Wizkid among other things

- The music star also opened up about his rivalry with Burna Boy and how fans played a role in the development

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Popular Nigerian singer David Adeleke aka Davido has confessed to feeling very hurt for being left out by Beyoncé in her Black is King Album.

The Album features African musicians including Shatta Wale as the only one from Ghana, Wizkid, Tiwa Savage, Yemi Alade, and Burna Boy from Nigeria.

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He was speaking in an interview with Ebuka Obi-Uchendu. He also revisited the story of his journey into the music industry in an explosive interview with media personality, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu.

The interview powered by BounceRadioLive.com which aired on video streaming platform, YouTube, saw the singer telling his story like never before and giving brutally honest revelations about his rivalry with Wizkid.

Davido started off by narrating how his dad had been hell-bent on seeing him get an education as it was a promise he made to his wife before she passed.

However, Davido said he made up his mind to pursue the career after returning from Atlanta and seeing what the music scene was like back home in Nigeria.

I love Wizkid and he loves me too, Davido bares it all in explosive interview with Ebuka, talks beef with Burna Boy
Singers Davido, Burna Boy and WIzkid. Photo: Instagram/@wizkidayo/@bounceradiolive/@davidoofficial
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As he has said in previous interviews, Davido said he was indeed motivated by Wizkid and had a conviction that he could also make it in the industry.

Davido said his first encounter with Wizkid was when the singer got invited to his billionaire father’s yearly Christmas party. According to the Damiduro crooner, he joined his family members in gushing over the singer who was the rave of the moment at the time.

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Fielding a question about when the rivalry started, Davido said it had a lot to do with when he started music and people started pitching them against each other.

The singer also submitted that he loves Wizkid and he knows the singer feels the same way about him. He, however, added that listening to fans also has a way of straining the relationship between both of them.

Speaking on his relationship with Burna, the singer said it is also a situation of fans pitching them against each other.

Davido described Burna Boy as his brother adding that he is one of the happiest people on earth about his success.

However, the singer said it appeared things got rough between them some months ago after he posted a picture showing himself and Wizkid as the two greatest artists in Nigeria.

According to Davido, his latest single Fem is not entirely about Burna Boy but he meant the part where he asked the Grammy-nominated artist to call him and come party.

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The music star also told Ebuka that it is clear that both Wizkd and Burna Boy are the ones fighting with him even if he has nothing against them.

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Davido is in Ghana and hanging out with Stonebwoy. In an earlier publication, he and Stonebwoy and others visited the Aburi Mountains.

He was also in the news for angrily slamming the operators of The Bloombar when his boys were bounced from entering the club.

Davido got angry and screamed: "I can buy this place 10 times."

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