“I’m weak this time around” – Heartbroken Davido cry out loud again over Obama’s death

Nigerian Singer, Davido is in bitter pains at the moment following the sad demise of his backbone friend Obama.

The two paddies have been together for some time now and enjoyed some lovely relationship as friends throughout since they knew each other.

Unfortunately Obama left Davido behind when he was pronounced dead just week ago and his burial took place less than 24 hours due to islamic customary conditions.

The BET Award winner is yet to recover from the shock and remembering his late pal again, Davido made it clear he has always been strong but this particularly is beyond him to take.

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In a long Twitter tread, Davido wrote:

“This is by far the hardest thing I’ve had to write. Hurt, broken, sad, and lost. For the first time in my life, I am EXTREMELY confused. The pain is one I cannot explain. 44 was more than an elder brother to me, he was a protector. someone that literally just always made me smileno matter the issue ,problems I had.

“His response was always “Don’t worry, I’ll talk to them”, “Don’t worry I’ll sort it out”, “Don’t worry I’ll give them something”. I would nvr believe in a millions years I will be writing a tribute like this to someone so dear to me this soon.”

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“All my life it’s been “David you’re strong, David you’re strong”. 44 I won’t lie to you, this time around, this one WEAK ME!!
I miss you so much 44.”

“You became so peaceful. You ound peace and purpose, a true generational influence. I cannot even begin to count the amount of people you helped, artistes you brought to me, people you brought together in nothing but love and brotherhood. Actors, artistes, influencers all. God!”

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“44 I swear you will never be forgotten. Up until now I cannot believe this is real, I don’t even know what I’m writing, I’m just writing. I’m just confused.”

“This has been such a haunting week for all of us. All of us, me, his family, his son, his daughter, his brothers, his friends, a whole brotherhood; God give us all the strength. This isn’t even about me, it’s about all of us, and all the amazing plans and vision you had.”

Godsway Charles Tudi is a senior editor at from Akatsi in the Volta region of Ghana. I am a graduate of the University of development studies with a degree in journalism from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. At, trust is our number one priority. We fact-check all our stories before posting.

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