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Asa Asika, Sir Banko, Eniola Badmus, Others Felicitate With Music Star, Davido At 29

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The Atlanta-born Afrobeat Singer who is considered one of the greatest artiste in Africa has had a crowd of music lovers and celebrities writing him lovely messages as he clocks 29, Pokovirtuousblog can confirm.

It is no news that David Adedeji Adeleke professionally known as Davido was born today, November 21, 1992 – social media is awash with a series of birthday felicitations. The DMW boss who has several awards under his belt including ‘Album of the Year’ at the Headies, 2013, have always dropped hit songs: ‘If’; ‘Fall’; ‘Blow My Mind’, among others.

Our reporter gathered that in a bid to celebrate the 29th birthday anniversary of the accomplished Nigerian Afropop star, a crowd of celebrities like his Manager, Asa Asika; the President of his label [DMW Records], Sir Banko; Nollywood Actress, Eniola Badmus, among others have since taken to their various social media handles to celebrate their fave.

“Happy Birthday To a Legend of our time @davido 👑Its been over 10 years rocking with the Baddest OBO! Cheers to 10 more summers in a row!! You the mutha f’n Greatest! #OBOAt29 #JungleDunMature #CheersToManyMore ❤️❤️🎉🎉” – Sir Banko

“Words won’t do justice to this!
David Adeleke when you said to me you wanted to pursue a career in music and I agreed to be your manger, I didn’t know we would have these many stories! Just know that I am so proud of you and admire the kind of person you are!

“I love you with everything in me, ten years in and we have so much more to do! Happy birthday to a man of the people! We are going to use this music to change the world!!! Till the wheels fall off 014 🇳🇬🧡 @davido #ThePlug #30BG” – Asa Asika

“BIG BIG BIRTHDAY SHOUTOUT TO MY BROTHER @davido” – Eniola Badmus

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