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“I just want to thank God He didn’t win Grammy Award” – Iyabo Ojo’s daughter, Priscilla reacts after Burna Boy shaded Davido

Iyabo Ojo’s daughter, Priscilla reacts after Burna Boy shaded Davido

Iyabo Ojo’s daughter, Priscilla reacts after Burna Boy shaded Davido

Iyabo Ojo’s daughter, Priscilla reacts after Burna Boy shaded Davido

Nollywood actress, Iyabo Ojo’s daughter, Priscilla Ajoke Ojo has over time declared her love for Nigerian singer, Davido so one can only imagine how disgusted she’d be after seeing someone badmouth her favourite.

Earlier today, it was reported that there were were subtle shades between Burna Boy and Davido — a situation that has both singers trending on Twitter currently.

19-year-old Priscilla weighed in on the conversation on Twitter and judging from her reaction, it’s obvious that she doesn’t have much love for the “Ye” singer.

Priscilla tweeted that she thanks God that Burna Boy didn’t win the Grammy award he was nominated for some months back. She tweeted,

“I just want to thank God burna boy didn’t win Grammy Award. I said what I said!”

It should be recalled that in the early days of 2020, Burna Boy had the country buzzing after he was nominated for the Grammy Awards in the World Best Music Album category.

He eventually lost to Beninese singer-songwriter, Angelique Kidjo and for this reason that Priscilla is grateful to God after his recent shady saga with her favourite singer.

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