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Nigerian award-winning singer, David Adeleke, popularly called Davido, has spoken on the advantage of humility after deleting the controversial music video of his signee, Logos Olori, on his social media platforms.
Naija News reported that Davido posted the music video on his Twitter page on Friday morning to promote his music artiste.
The video, as seen by this publication, showed some people dressed in white clothes praying the way the Muslims do before launching into dancing as they recited some Quranic verses and prayed.
Davido’s signee, on his part, copied the Muslim style of praying while sitting on the roof of the building in the music video.
However, the video generated controversy online, as some netizens who are Muslims accused Davido of disrespecting Islamic beliefs and practices.
Some Nigerian Muslims, especially in the North, found the video offensive and asked the music star to delete the video and apologise for his action.
Following days of criticism online, a check on the Twitter page of the DMW boss shows that he has finally deleted the video as requested by some Muslims but failed to tender an apology for his action.
In a new post on Twitter, the ‘Unavailable’ crooner shared a message on the importance of humility, stressing that it opens doors.
He tweeted: “Humility opens doors.”