Music star 2Baba breaks silence on the death of Davido’s friends (video)

Music star 2Baba breaks silence on the death of Davido’s friends (video)

Following the recent death of Davido’s friends Tagbo, DJ Olu and Chime, one of Nigeria’s music legends 2Baba has come out to share his one opinion about the unfortunate incident.

In an interview with NET.ng, 2Baba openly advised Davido not to change his character because of what happened but should be more careful henceforth.

The music star further expressed that it was just an unfortunate circumstance as nobody ever plans for such a thing to happen.

Music star 2Baba breaks silence on the death of Davido’s friends (video)

Nigerian music star 2Baba

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2Baba said: “When things like this happen I say it’s an unfortunate circumstance, nobody plans for stuff like that. Sometimes it makes you want to change from being a jolly good fella. You ask yourself questions like, should I hide myself or not associate with a friend or have friends? Should I change myself not to associate with people stop being a good fellow? So many things come to your head when kinds of stuff like this starts happening. But two things are, keep your straight be grateful for friends and your creator. Henceforth just be careful don’t change your friendliness for nothing. You know how people are they are always very quick to write your own story on your behalf.”

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Watch 2Baba’s interview below:

It could be recalled that a young lady took to her social media handle to claim that Tagbo’s ghost appeared to her and asked her to deliver a message to someone.

Nice one!

Alleged last moments of DJ Olu and Chime with cartons of money - on NAIJ.com TV.

Source: Entertainment.naija.ng

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