“From No Money And Support 12 Years Ago, We’re Now Raking In Millions, And The Way To Billions Is Even Clearer Now” –Davido Says After Visiting His Old Apartments

Nigerian singer, David Adeleke, Davido has revisited the past with a trip to the hood where he used to struggle to put things together before fame found him.

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Davido took the trip to the apartments he used to live in 12 years ago, from where he reported on what it was like living there.

The singer revealed that the times when he lived in those areas, he had no money, and there wasn’t any notable support coming his way, making it very difficult for him to cope.

Twelve years on, however, things have not remained the same as he can now boast of just about enough anyone could ask for.

Davido said that he now makes millions, and the road to billions is even clearer now.

He urged people not to give up, but keep believing as things will change for the good one day as has been for him.


He asserted that people would find it difficult to believe they didn’t have any money then, given that his father is a billionaire, but he has had his struggles too.

Davido wrote on Twitter;

“Damn I went to my old apartments where I used to live 12 years ago with Sina and B red!!!

As hard as it is to believe .. we had no money .. no support just us and a dream !! 12 years later ! We millions in ! Road to a billion !!! We thank God !! Never stop believing!!”

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