‘…imported weed and liquor in constant supply and demand’ – what Fader Magazine wrote about Davido


    Davido has covered the latest edition of Fader Magazine. Photo: Fader

    Like Wizkid, Davido has covered the March edition of American publication, Fader Magazine and he opens up on his upbringing and venturing into music.
    In the feature piece written by Rawiya Kameir for Fader, Davido’s Lekki home is portrayed as a den of ’employees, friends, and hangers-on’ with ‘weed and liquor in constant supply and demand’.
    Read how Fader Magazine wrote it below…
    ‘For the past three years, Davido, now 23, has lived in the posh Lagos neighborhood of Lekki, in a three-story house that welcomes a revolving cast of employees, friends, and hangers-on, with imported weed and liquor in constant supply and demand. On a Friday afternoon in December, he’s sitting on a couch in the home’s top-floor lounge, telling his life story to an audience of a half-dozen people. A television is queued up with YouTube videos of some of 2015’s most potent grime beefs and freestyles. With an omnipresent gold chain swinging around his neck and a pair of traditional leather slippers dangling off his feet, Davido waves and claps his hands to underscore some points, and spits out Nigerian exclamations like ah-ah! and eiiiish! to emphasize others. A pair of deep symmetrical dimples and a generous flashing of teeth make even his wildest stories seem like harmless capers.’
    To read Davido’s full story in The Fader, click HERE! …Read More

    Source:: The NET