It seems that Davido, Nigerian musician born David Adeleke, hit out at Dele Momodu, publisher of Ovation magazine, in the song he just featured in.
In a track titled Bahd Baddo Baddest released by Femi Falana, a Nigerian rapper popularly known as Falz da Bahd guy, Adeleke referred to a ‘Mr Dele’ as his boy.
“Some people say dem bad like me but nobody badder, some people wan buy car like me but dem money no reach
I cover magazine I cover magazine; I see am for my gym I see am for my gym
Mr Dele na my boy Dele na my boy”
This is not the first time that Davido will call out Dele Momodu in a song.
The first time was in January when he told Dele Momodu that it was not by force to visit Dubai.
The dispute between both parties started in December 2015 when the 23-year-old artiste disagreed with Sophia Momodu, Davido’s baby mama and Dele Momodu’s cousin.
Davido tried to take his daughter out of the country and Sophie Momodu reported him to Nigeria Immigration service.
Davido has since apologized for his actions and added that Dele Momodu could have handled the matter in a better manner.
The Bahd Baddo Baddest track also featured Olamide and adds to the various tracks that Falz has released.