Uche Maduagwu Mocks Davido Over Absence On Beyonce’s Album, Says It’s Due To “Arrogance”


Social media critic and commentator, Uche Maduagwu, has taken to social media to take swipes at Davido after the singer didn’t make it to Beyonce’s Afrobeats album titled “Lion King: The Gift” a musical body of work created in respect of the newest version of the classic movie.

Although Uche didn’t mention names, it was glaring that he was referring to the 30BG boss in his post. Kicking off the post with a congratulatory message to Wizkid for being part of the project, he went on to shade Davido for not being included in the list of Nigerian that made the album, he accorded it as a nightmare that came hunting due to  “arrogance and lack of humility.”

He wrote:

“@wizkidayo Did not mention your name to Beyonce because you are not humble, keep your congratulation… Oga, see what your arrogance has done to you? ‍♂️If you had accepted #Wizkid as the King of #Naija music, will he not have also begged @beyonce to include you in the #LionKing album? ‍

“Even Dangote that is the richest man in #Africa, he is still humble, he does not carry shoulder like he is the one that brought everyone to #Lagos. Honestly, the Fake #LOVE in this entertainment industry is too much, just because others were not born with a silver spoon does not make them inferior.

“Right now, as far as #America and the #world is concerned, only those who featured on #Beyonce album are regarded as A-List singers in #Nigeria, the #entertainment game has changed, I have gotten @chrissyteigen attention in #Hollywood, ✈️so, i can tell you that it does not matter the next #American singer you feature, the question  remain, is that American singer as big as Beyonce?‍♂️

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