Jubilation As Singer Davido Splashes Millions On A New Car For Isreal DMW Months After He Was Mocked For Using Okada In Edo State


Nigerian singer David Adeleke popularly called Davido has splashed millions on a new car for his logistics manager Isreal DMW.

This is coming a few months after Isreal DMW was mocked for trekking and using a motorcycle popularly called Okada in Edo State.

Taking to his Instagram page, Isreal DMW shared a video of himself jubilating and appreciating his boss, Davido for the thoughtful gift.

Isreal DMW also bragged about finally being a car owner and praised Davido as the best Africa Auto Car dealer.

He captioned the video: I’m now a car owner. Thanks to my Oga. @ivd001 best Africa Auto dealer

Esabod Global News recalls Isreal DMW refuted the reports that popular music executive Soso Soberekon sponsored his trip to Dubai for Davido’s birthday party.

Instagram blogger Cutie_Jull alleged that Davido refused to fund the Dubai trip of his logics manager ahead of his birthday party holding in the country.

Cutie_Julls alleged that Davido had refused to take Isreal DMW on the trip due to his drinking habits and the strict rules in Dubai.

According to the blogger, after Davido’s refusal, Isreal DMW reached out to popular music executive Soso Soberekon who decided to fund Isreal’s trip.

Soso Soberekon warned Isreal DMW to avoid misbehaving on the trip and promised not to assist him with anything if he acts others in Dubai.

However, Isreal got drunk in Dubai and insulted Soso Soberekon, saying he’s tout to the DMW crew and not a part of the crew. He has also unfollowed Soso Soberekon on Instagram.

The report added that Soso Soberekon decided to film Isreal DMW while he was drunk and raining insult at him to show him whenever he comes begging for such a favour again.

Reacting to this, Isreal, in a post shared on his Instagram story, denied the claims stating that he fully sponsored himself on the trip with the help of Davido.

Isreal DMW added that people should disregard the false rumours and advised Nigerians to ignore social media fake life.

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