“Working With Davido Was the Most Difficult Time of My Career” – Victor AD Speaks

Victor Eugenie Adere, aka Victor AD, a young Afrobeat artist, recently revealed the most difficult phase of his music career in an interview.

He stated that collaborating with Davido on the song “I Tire” was difficult for him due to circumstances beyond either of their control.

During his interview, Victor also discussed the alleged altercation between him and the OBO, which was widely reported in 2021.

During an interview with Naija FM, the young Afrobeat musician stated that he was not the one who penned Jowo, as was previously reported online.

He also explained why he couldn’t disprove the story sooner, which led to Davido unfollowing him on all of his social media accounts.

Here are some of the comments that Victor’s interview pulled online:

@boywestomoba12: “Don miss dis guy swr.”

@lakesite_cito: “There is boy that have a sweet voice he just dropped his freestyle the lyrice is very hot please help us repost him

@Mudi_Vibes: “But na you dey put gas on this matter that year o, I remember.”

@Big____Tee: “Funny enough, this jowo is like the biggest song on the album and it didn’t even go far AD head strong o.”

@Jujuboi___: “No wonder Abu go dey find David up and down. Nah this David Abu go dey find Like say money lost. He think say David no get better thing to do With time. Wallahi, koni dafun Abu.”

@Flore_alphonsus: “Davido is truly unavailable, dem no Dey see am.”

@richlifechiraq: “Una for Twitter with fake news useless people.”

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