From ‘Fem’ To ‘Jowo’, Davido Now Has Fans Shouting Tule For N2m


Nigerian pop star, Davido has given fans a new assignment with what he has called the #TuleChallenge.

The challenge involves people mimicking a video in which the singer had posted days earlier where he was heard shouting the word Tule.

But what has got fans more excited to participate is the two million naira giveaway prize attached to the challenge.


See Davido’s video below.


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We’re not sure what #Tule really means but it appears Davido invented the slang to shade his ‘haters’.

This comes days after his alleged altercation with Twice as Tall singer, Burna Boy.

Both singers were alleged to have had the altercation in Ghana over the weekend.

The incident caused a stir on social media with some shading both artistes.

Davido later went on to hint that he might stop doing music.

But in what appears to be him getting his ‘mojo’ back, the singer has now thrown the challenge to fans and the response so far is evidence of the #fanlove.


For some, however, its just for the hustle (who wouldn’t want to end the year with a whooping two million naira just for a few seconds of shouting).

See some of the responses below.



As expected, you can’t separate humour from Nigerians.


Davido Tweets About Quitting Music After Alleged Fight With Burna Boy

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Nigerian Pop Singer, David Adeleke popularly called Davido has sparked a train of reactions on Twitter after talking about quitting music.

“I go leave this music for una,” Davido tweeted on Monday.


Although, the FEM crooner has yet to reveal why he is considering leaving music, his tweet has caused a Twitter storm with his name dominating trends.

Many of his fans in reaction pleaded with him not to consider quitting his music career as he has many hits to his name. Some others were indifferent as they compared his music with Burna Boy and Wizkid.



Davido’s tweet might not be unconnected with unconfirmed reports that he got into an altercation with Burna Boy at a nightclub in Ghana.

A video shared by a Twitter user shows the moment a furious Davido attacked another man reported to be Burna Boy at the nightclub, over the weekend.

Two Killed During Christmas Carnival In Benue

A photo showing the map of Benue, a state in North-Central Nigeria.
An image showing the map of Benue, a state in North-Central Nigeria.


No fewer than two persons were reported killed in Otukpo Local Government Area of Benue State on Christmas day after a policeman allegedly shot into the crowd during a music carnival.

Channels Television gathered that the music carnival was organised by a young millionaire at Ochacho Avenue in Otukpo where popular musician, David Adeleke, also known as Davido, was billed to perform.

Sources from the area confirmed that the unfortunate incident took place at the palatial residence of the young millionaire in Otukpo town.

The event was yet to commence around 11:00 pm when sounds of gunshots resonated within the premises, leaving people scampering for safety.

It was later gathered that the shots might have been fired by one of the policemen believed to be on duty.

“The gunshots triggered a stampede which caused all of us to run out of the venue for safety. In the process of running, I saw two persons in the pool of their blood; a male and a female,” the source said.

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“The sound of gunshots made me run towards the gate in fear as I did not know what was happening.

“Several other people also took to their heels; although it was not easy for most people to identify the location of their vehicles.

“Several onlookers stood aloof at the rail crossing and at You Road and Ibadan street in utter surprise.”

The Council Chairman of Otukpo Local Government, George Alli, who confirmed the report disclosed that a young lady and young man died in the incident.

Alli however said that the organizer of the music carnival flouted federal and state governments’ directive banning social gathering due to the second wave of COVID-19.

“Yes, is true there was an incident and two people died; a young lady and a young man died. Their corpses have been deposited in the hospital morgue,” he said.

“I have spoken to the Area Commander and the Division Police Officer and they are investigating the incident. The gathering in the first place is not proper because the federal government has directed that there should be no social gathering and it was followed by the State government. There should be compliance with the directives.”

Burna Boy, Wizkid Win Big At 2020 Mobo Awards

Nigerian music stars conquered the 2020 MOBO Awards.


Singer Wizkid has emerged winner for the Best African Act at the recently concluded Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards.

The MOBO Awards made a huge comeback , returning for the first time since 2017 to celebrate the music with a virtual ceremony, hosted by Maya Jama and Chunkz, live-streamed on YouTube.

Nigerian music stars made a splash at the Awards with Burna Boy winning Best International Act and Wizkid scoring Best African Act.`

Wizkid who won of the Best African Act category which had a galaxy of stars competing for the award like Davido, Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage, Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, et cetera.

Burna Boy also snagged an award for the Best International Act at the award show – Recall in 2017, the “Odogwu” singer became the first African Artist to have won both the BET Award and MOBO Award for Best African Act. He was nominated in the category alongside Rema, Drake, Megan Thee Stallion, the late Pop Smoke, Lil Baby, and more.

Rapper, Headie One was named best male act, trumping Stormzy, J Hus, Nines, and more – he also featured on the Mobo song of the year, Don’t Rush by pop-rap duo Young T & Bugsey, which was voted for by the public. Another public vote winner was rapper Aitch, who picked up the best newcomer.

Steve McQueen, the director was given the inspiration award. “This is an extraordinary prize,” he said. “Thank you so much… When people didn’t want to recognise us, we recognised ourselves and that’s given me the inspiration to go forward.”

R&B singer HER, nominated for three Grammys including song of the year, performed her song Damage, while two of Nigeria’s very own Tiwa Savage and Davido made an appearance.

The ceremony also featured two Afrobeats royalties – Davido and Tiwa Savage – delivering stellar performances, filmed outside the UK especially for the night.

Davido, who in 2017 took the Best African Act award, brought some cool vibes with his performances of ‘The Best’ and ‘FEM’ from his latest album A Better Time together with Mayorkun. Tiwa Savage brought her signature energy to the stage performing a medley of including ‘Koroba’ and ‘Dangerous Love’.


2020 Mobo award winners

Album of the year: Nines – Crabs in a Bucket

Best male act: Headie One

Best female act: Mahalia

Song of the year (public vote): Young T & Bugsey – Don’t Rush (feat Headie One)

Best newcomer (public vote): Aitch

Video of the year: NSG – Lupita

Best R&B/soul act: Mahalia

Best hip-hop act: Nines

Best grime act (public vote): JME

Best international act (public vote): Burna Boy

Best performance in a TV show/film: Micheal Ward as Marco, Blue Story

Best media personality: Chunkz

Best album 2017-2019: Ella Mai – Ella Mai

Best African act: Wizkid

Best reggae act: Buju Banton

Best gospel act: CalledOut Music

Best jazz act: Ego Ella May

Best producer: Jae5

Inspiration award: Steve McQueen

Davido Loses Bodyguard Of 11 Years

Davido and his late bodyguard Tijani


Popular musician, Davido is mourning his bodyguard, Tijani who has been working with him for 11 years.

The Fem crooner made the announcement of his bodyguard’s death on his Instagram handle.

He said, “please tell me I am dreaming … my Tj gone? What imma do without you uncle Tj ehn … 11 years you did all for me .. put me before you at all times.

“All the times I wouldn’t wanna wake up for a show or flight you’d carry me like a baby in the car … no matter what I did right or wrong you were there for me … to allow me to spend money sometimes nah problem.

“Every time ‘David don’t worry I’ll use my card ‘ .. you were such a big person with a baby heart … everyone loved you .. I wanna wake up late for a show so you’d come and carry me again … I don’t even know what I’m typing man … RIP UNCLE TIJANI … tired of being “STRONG!”


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#EndSARS Protest: Court Orders Probe Of Sam Adeyemi, Davido, Aisha Yesufu, Others

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‌A Chief Magistrate Court in Abuja has ordered the Commissioner of Police in charge of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) to investigate 50 people who allegedly promoted the #EndSARS movement.

Magistrate Omolola Akindele gave the order in a letter to the police commissioner following a criminal complaint filed by an activist, Mr Kenechukwu Okeke.

Okeke had alleged that during the riot, his properties were destroyed and the defendants who promoted the #EndSARS protests must be brought to justice.

In the letter, Magistrate Akindele gave the police two weeks to investigate the matter and report back to the court for proper adjudication.

Those listed as defendants include the Senior Pastor of Daystar Christian Centre, Sam Adeyemi; musicians Damini Ogulu popularly known as Burna Boy, David Adeleke also known as Davido, Folarin Falana popularly known as Falz, as well as social media comedians, Debo Adebayo otherwise known as Mr Macaroni, and Maryam Apaokagi popularly called Taaooma.

Other musicians sued include Peter and Paul Okoye, Innocent Idibia (Tuface), Bankole Wellington (Banky W), Tiwa Savage, Michael Ajereh (Don Jazzy), Ayo Balogun (Wizkid), and Yemi Alade.

Besides the musicians, other defendants include activist Aisha Yesufu; former Super Eagles Captain, Kanu Nwankwo; a former Director-General of the Bureau for Public Sector Reform, Dr Joe Abah; journalist, Kiki Mordi, as well as actors Yul Edochie and Uche Jombo.

Social media influencers such as Feyikemi Abudu, Olorunrinu Oduala, Pamilerin Adegoke, Japhet Omojuwa, Ayo Sogunro, and Deji Adeyanju were also joined in the suit, as well as activist, Tope Akinyode.

Davido Features Nicki Minaj, Lil Baby, Others On ‘A Better Time’


Superstar artiste, Davido has finally dropped his much-anticipated album of the year, A Better Time.

A Better Time which is his 4th studio album is a follow-up to 2019’s A Good Time.

The album which officially dropped on Friday serves up a fine blend of both foreign and Nigerian artistes including Nicki Minaj, Lil Baby, Chris Brown, Nas, Bella Schmurda, Tiwa Savage, Mayorkun, and more, quickly taking over the trends.

Also making a cute little appearance is Davido’s son, Ifeanyi Adeleke, whose image graced the cover of the album, leaving fans all awestruck!

While acknowledging that the year 2020 has been tough for most, O.B.O says he and many others have had to look inwards to find hope and the album is a reflection of that.

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Reviews have already started rolling and it all looks good so far.


Davido’s Son Ifeanyi Makes Cover Of New Album, ‘A Better Time’


One-year-old, Ifeanyi Adeleke has graced the cover of his father’s new album, ‘A Better Time’.

Popstar, David Adeleke revealed the cover of the album in a tweet where he also announced that the much-anticipated album will be released on Friday, November 13.

On the cover of the album, he also acknowledged himself, his father; Deji Adeleke and his son; Ifeanyi Adeleke, as the album’s executive producers.

The ‘Fem’ crooner had earlier teased on Twitter that “OBO Jnr about to make his debut today,” before he eventually dropped the image showing his son’s as cover of the album.


Davido after shifting the date for the release of his album several times apologised to his teeming fans that he won’t keep them waiting any longer and announced the date for the release of the album.

“I won’t keep you any longer. This year we’ve been through crazy times. Real crazy times. And through it all, we’ve all had to look inwards to find our unique hopes of better times ahead. I found a few. In human form and creative form. I’m so glad I can finally share them with you. I present to you ‘A Better Time’ out 13/11/20 00:00 WAT!” he tweeted.


Davido’s DMW Terminates Contract With Lil Frosh


Davido music label Davido Music Worldwide terminated their contract with young artiste Lil Frosh following allegations of abuse by his ex-girlfriend.

In a statement released on his verified Instagram page on Tuesday, October 6, he said, “In light of the recent allegations made against Mr Sanni Goriola Wasiu aka Lil Frosh, we would like to state that as a record label, domestic violence is not a trivial matter and we will never support or condone such behaviour,” it read in part.


Wasiu just got officially signed into DMW on the 24th of September after leaving his former label “Aloma Music Worldwide” for what he termed “irreconcilable differences” and this new contract has been terminated just 12 days later.

His ex-girlfriend, Gift Cammille who works as a model, and her manager Mike have said she missed a job because of the abuse.



The embattled rapper has not commented on both the domestic abuse accusations and the termination by his label.


Davido Confirms Hollywood Debut In ‘Coming To America 2′


Nigerian music act David Adeleke more popularly known as, Davido has confirmed as being cast in the sequel to the hit Hollywood movie, ‘Coming to America 2’.

On Monday, the pop singer and songwriter replied with “Can’t wait!” to a tweet by an entertainment account that announced he was featured in the sequel to the romantic comedy.


The scoop about his participation in the movie was initially disclosed in September 2019 by comedian, Micheal Blankson who was with him at a concert in Atlanta.

“Davido told me he has a performance scene in the movie #ComingToAmerica2 congrats homie,” he tweeted.

It is unclear what role the ‘FEM’ hitmaker played in the movie.

The first part of the movie which was released in 1988 was directed by John Landis based on a story originally created by comedian and actor Eddie Murphy who played several characters and the main character in the picture.

Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall, James Earl Jones, and Paul Bates will retain their roles from the movie.

Coming 2 America is being directed by Craig Brewer and stars Murphy as Akeem/Randy, Arsenio Hall as Semmi, Jermaine Fowler as Lavelle, Leslie Jones as Lavelle’s mother, Tracy Morgan as Reem, James Earl Jones as Jaffe Joffer, and Louie Anderson as Maurice. The film is scheduled to hit theaters on Dec. 18, 2020.

Wesley Snipes who plays a role in the sequel has revealed new details about the highly-anticipated flick to Coming to America, doubling down on co-star Eddie Murphy’s recent claim that the Coming 2 America is “funnier than the first one.”

“You’re going to have to wear a diaper!”, Snipes says.

Davido, Other Celebrities Pledge Support For Cynthia Morgan’s Comeback


Nigerian celebrities including hip hop star, Davido on Sunday pledged support for the embattled queen of dancehall, Cynthia Morgan.

Cynthia Morgan had earlier in an Instagram live video with Sandra Ogbebor bared it all on how she has been struggling with her music career.

She revealed how her relationship with her former music label Northside Entertainment ended on a sour note with her losing her royalties and eventually running into depression and financial troubles.

Celebrities and fans in reaction to this pledged support for Cynthia Morgan and opened a GoFundMe fund raising account for her.

Davido however tweeted that he is willing to feature her in a new song.
“Tell Cynthia I got an anthem for her ….. I’ll record my verse verse now,” Davido tweeted.

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This got Cynthia Morgan teary as she replied to Davido with crying emojis.

Also, popular OAP Dotun in his tweet said Morgan was a promising artist and she deserves a come back.

Big brother Naija star, Tacha in her reaction to the trends went down memory lane. She narrated how the German Juice crooner influenced her life with hit track ‘Dont Break My Heart,’ while she was in the University.

Toke Makinwa in her reaction sued for peace between Cynthia Morgan and her former manager. “We just want music,” she tweeted.


VIBEZ: Davido, Tiwa Savage, Mr Eazi Rule Billboard + More


It has been yet another exciting week in the world of showbiz.

For one, we celebrate our very own stars, Davido, Tiwa Savage and Mr Eazi who are making power moves and getting more props in the industry.

Their latest feature on the Billboard magazine’s first-ever issue devoted to the African continent, got the internet buzzing over the past week.

Also, joining the COVID-19-influenced e-concert trend, were pop stars Tu-Baba and Tiwa Savage, who gave us all the Vibez in their Udux X-Switch performance on Instagram.

Meanwhile, big brother Naija is set to return, defying all odds amidst the COVID-19. Catch this and more on this episode of Vibez.

Vibez is your weekly recap of all the top stories in the world of entertainment