“If Davido Gives Me Money, I Won’t Accept” – Daniel Regha
Daniel has a reputation for expressing provocative views.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Daniel Regha, a well-known Twitter user, said he would reject any monetary offer from music star Davido.
He revealed this on the ‘Doyin’s Corner’ podcast with ‘Big Brother Naija’ star Doyin. This remark was issued in response to Davido’s inability to fulfill his vow to give away $20 million. Last year, the musician announced his plan to give away $20 million to 20 individuals.
On March 16, 2022, he tweeted about it. His post piqued the interest of the Twitter influencer. Daniel said that he would want Davido to spend his money differently.
Regarding accepting money from the musician, the Twitter critic said that there are certain reasons why he would refuse money from some people.
He emphasized the necessity of upholding one’s commitments, using Davido’s unmet vow as an example of building people’s expectations to letting them down without explanation.
According to Regha, the only permissible basis for retracting such pledges is if the receiver is undeserving or engaging in unethical behavior. Regha also said that he has observed that some celebrities make giveaway commitments as a publicity ploy to improve their social media engagement.
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