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Mayor of Atlanta declares November 18 ‘Davido Day’

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The Mayor of Atlanta, Andre Dickens, has acknowledged the significant contributions of Nigerian-American singer David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido, to the entertainment scene in the city. This recognition follows Davido’s headline A.W.A.Y Festival at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta. In honor of the artist, both the Mayor and the Atlanta City Council declared November 18 as “Davido Day.”

Expressing his appreciation to Davido on his birthday, November 21, 2023, the Mayor recognized Davido’s global impact as a music icon. The Mayor conveyed gratitude for Davido’s multifaceted role as a singer, songwriter, producer, business leader, philanthropist, and community advocate. The Mayor praised Davido’s outstanding career, numerous accolades, and his ongoing efforts to contribute to communities in the United States and across Africa.

Additionally, the Atlanta City Council issued a statement proclaiming November 18, 2023, as “Davido Day” in the City of Atlanta, expressing the collective acknowledgment of the citizens.

Moreover, the Fulton County Board of Commissioners has also extended its recognition to Davido by proclaiming November 21 as “Davido Appreciation Day” in the City of Fulton County, Georgia. The Board highlighted Davido’s notable contributions to the music and entertainment industry and formally declared their appreciation on this dedicated day.

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‘Millionaire in every currency’ – Wizkid boasts as he marks 13 years on stage

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Grammy-winning Nigerian singer Ayodeji Balogun, famously known as Wizkid, has marked the 13th anniversary of his debut album ‘Superstar’.

While appreciating God for his achievements since the release of his debut album, the ‘Holla At Your Boy’ hitmaker noted that he is a millionaire in “every currency”.

Describing himself as a “real life winner,” Wizkid admonished fans to make sure they are winning in real life rather than living deceptive lifestyles.

On his X handle on Wednesday, he wrote: “13 yrs since superstar ! First album! Thankful for all Gods blessings. Healthy family ! Blessed life! Love God.

“Millionaires in every currency! Real life winners! Make sure u win in real life no deceive yourself! U deserve it.”

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DAILY POST recalls that Wizkid released his aptly titled debut album ‘Superstar’ on June 12, 2012 under Banky W’s Empire Mates Entertainment, EME.

The album housed the standout tracks ‘Don’t Dull’, ‘Pakuromo’, ‘Tease Me’, ‘Holla AT Your Boy’, and ‘I Love My Baby’.

Wizkid left EME and set up his own record label, Starboy Entertainment, after the release of his sophomore album ‘Ayo’ in 2014.

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Don Jazzy appreciates Wizkid for endorsing signee, Ayra Starr’s new album

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Music Executive, Don Jazzy and Afrobeats megastar Wizkid have resolved any impression of a rift between them following their recent social media fallout.

This is as Don Jazzy publicly appreciated Wizkid after he endorsed his signee, Ayra Starr’s sophomore album, ‘The Year I Turned 21.’

Wizkid had taken to his X handle to endorse the album which dropped Friday.

Sharing the album cover and streaming link, Wizkid wrote: “Superstar [love and eagle emojis].”

Don Jazzy reposted Wizkid’s tweet with the caption; “Thanks Big Wiz [eagle emoji].”

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DAILY POST recalls that the Wizkid shaded Don Jazzy after his signee Ladipoe seemingly ridiculed him in an X post for claiming that ‘hip hop is dead’.

After a fan alerted Wizkid to the post, he reacted by saying, “Lol, never chatting with anyone signed to an influencer. Next.”

He also retweeted two tweets suggesting that he referred to Mavin Records boss, Don Jazzy as an influencer.

Wizkid’s subtle shade at Don Jazzy sparked outrage on social media, with several celebrities including skit makers, Mr Macaroni and Nasboi and reality stars, Doyin and Tacha berating him for “disrespecting” the Mavin boss.

Don Jazzy reacted by unfollowing Wizkid on Instagram.

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P.Diddy: Sixth woman accuses Sean Combs of drugging, sexually assaulting her

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Former model Crystal McKinney has accused US rapper and business mogul Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs of drugging and sexually assaulting her in 2003. McKinney filed a lawsuit against Diddy on Tuesday in federal district court in Manhattan, making her the sixth person to accuse him of sexual assault.

In her lawsuit, McKinney, who was 22 at the time, recounted meeting Diddy during a Men’s Fashion Week event at Cipriani Downtown in New York. She claimed that the rapper invited her to a New York City space where he and several men were drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana. McKinney alleged that she was given a joint that she later believed was laced with a narcotic or other intoxicating substance.

Despite insisting that she had enough, McKinney said Diddy pressured her to continue drinking and smoking and demanded that she follow him to the bathroom. She accused the rapper of forcing himself on her, kissing her, shoving her head down to his crotch, and commanding her to perform oral sex. When she refused, she alleged that Diddy forced her into it.

Diddy first made headlines in November 2023 when Cassie accused him of rape, abuse, and human trafficking during their 10-year relationship. That lawsuit was settled out of court a day after it was filed. Following this, Diddy faced multiple accusations of sexual assault. Joi Dickerson-Neal accused him of drugging and raping her when she was a college student at Syracuse University in 1991. On the same day, another woman accused Diddy and singer-songwriter Aaron Hall of taking turns raping her and a friend over 30 years ago in New York City. In December, a fourth woman accused Diddy, along with Harve Pierre and another individual, of sex trafficking and gang rape when she was 17. Additionally, on February 26, Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, a former producer and videographer for Diddy, filed a lawsuit alleging that the rapper sexually harassed and drugged him.

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