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Winner of the BET Best International Act Africa, Nigerian artist Davido, faces judgment from Angry fans. Liberian fans of Davido turned up in a great numbers at his performance in Philadelphia on August 2, 2014.  A day later, social media was flooded with not-so-friendly posts from Liberian fans, upset by a comment made by Davido the day prior, during his rehearsal.

"I don't want to get close to any Liberian girl before I catch Eloba." Davido

Caroline Tweh posted a video message to Liberian fans of Davido and got these responses below.

L. Massaquoi Thank you my sister this so-called nigerian singer is a mad dog. He lacks ethics and needs some good education.
  • Princess Yangar Hi Caroline, I will like to start like this by saying have my sympathy for the lost of ur aunt. One thing abt we Liberian is we are loving, caring and free hearted, we are the last to see things.
  • Frances Brown Bisoye Kb yes we were. I hate commenting on these kind of issues. Liberian will talk and talk n turn around and go back on their words. Liberian women are so beautiful but they sell their self so cheap. Don't complain because you carry yourself like a trash and get trash like one. Please show some respect to yourself. Ebola is a global issue today is guinea, liberia and Sierra Leone. Months ago is was bringourgirlsback so if he did say what he say it ignorant and leave him with his actions. But seriously liberian girls that are throwing themselves at these men make all of us look bad. Respect yourself.
  • Jakay Lilbit Freeman You say it right hun
  • Peter Lucky Umukoro what are u feeling like
  • Gozicon Emeakayi If what this girl said is true, then Davido is crazy Idiot like him and how am I even sure that he is not carrying the sickness self And why should he be abusing people he is mad
  • Diana Kumeh I so agree with you, he was rude, immature, disrespectful and full of himself. And this ugly funk was 5hours late for the show. Yes! I did went to see his show , that was my first time seen any AFRICAN ARTIST and it just so happened to be him. But now looking back I which it never happened.
  • Bisoye Kb Child please. . You should have stopped at the fact some of these Liberian girls should stop throwing themselves at a celebrity period. And if he did say anything that referenced ebola,he is dead wrong. But to correct you, has a larger crowd of followers than iyanya and timaya. He won the best international Act Africa at the BET award. Still doesn't excuse his act/ or whatever he may have said. But Liberians definitely did not put him on the map. We were just talking about this @ Frances Brown
  • Saliho Kenneh You are great
  • Bintu Swaray Soo true Liberian are His #1 supporters and you wanna talk shit about them
  • George Mitchell U are fully right girl
  • Iman Maryam EL She's right..
  • Comments

    1. He's a crap.... I rarely listen to his stupid songs because of his altitude.


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