Davido Reveals How He Has More Followers Than Wizkid And Burna Boy
Davido is Africa’s most followed artist.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
David Adeleke, best known by his stage name Davido, an Afrobeats phenomenon, has revealed his success formula for being the most popular musician in Africa.
His friendly and cheerful demeanor, which has assisted him in amassing a sizeable following, is what he credits for his fame in a social media interview that has gone viral.
Davido said that his dedication to social media has also helped to his success, noting that he has 13.4 million Twitter followers and 26.9 million Instagram followers. He acknowledged spending a significant amount of time on social media.
In his words, “Wizkid and Burna Boy are not as social as I am and don’t post frequently like me. I would have opted for stand-up comedy if I wasn’t making music because I’m a very funny being.”
The singer is the most followed artist not just in Nigeria but throughout the whole African continent because of his charming and sociable nature and commitment to social media.
Davido continues to interact with his millions of fans on Instagram, Twitter, and other social media platforms in order to maintain his status as an African music giant and beyond.
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