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This Is Why Davido Called Mercy Johnson & Her Husband 'Wicked, Evil People'? PHOTOS


Davido yesterday, April 26, 2020 shocked fans by referring to talented actress, Mercy Johnson and her husband, Prince Odi Okojie as 'wicked, evil people'.

Plus-sized actress, Eniola Badmus had shared a throwback photo of the actress claiming that she has given birth to her 4th child which Mercy Johnson's husband later denied.

Commenting on Eniola Badmus congratulatory post on Instagram, Davido said:

"Wicked pple .... congrats tho,"

When a follower asked Davido the reason behind his post calling out the couple, Davido replied:

"Nothing just evil set of pple that’s all."

People are wondering why Davido called out the couple.


Meanwhile check out this report below. Could it be the reason why Davido called them wicked couple?

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Davido Sued By Mercy Johnson’s Husband Prince Okojie For Duping Him
Nigerian sensational singer, David Adeleke popularly known as Davido has been sued by the husband of Nollywood actress Mercy Johnson known as Prince Okojie.

According to a source, some weeks ago, the actress and her husband announced that they would be unveiling their luxury hotel thus Henod Luxury Hotels in Abulegba, a suburb of Lagos.

It added that Davido was one of the key persons to grace the grand launch of the hotel.
The source revealed that Davido was paid an amount of 3million Naira just to make an appearance at the event.

The report continued that immediately after the transaction was effected, Davido took to his Instagram page to announce that he will be present at the grand launch.
However, the whole arrangement which appeared to have been sealed turned out a disappointment when on the deal day Davido refused to show up and all efforts to speak to his management team proved abortive since they stopped taking calls.
It was later gathered that Davido had traveled abroad for another show, a day before.

But in Davido’s defense he explained that he has been advised against going for the event for the fear of being mobbed by the public.

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