Celebrities

Did Davido Sub Wizkid On The New Skiibii Song? Find Out Here

Did Davido Sub Wizkid On The New Skiibii Song? Find Out Here

Skiibii and Davido just released their first-ever collaboration “Baddest Boy” remix. Within 10 hours, the song has claimed the number one position on the top 100 Nigeria Apple music chart.

Skiibii and Davido just released their first-ever collaboration “Baddest Boy” remix. Within 10 hours, the song has claimed the number one position on the top 100 Nigeria Apple music chart.

A few hours after its release, Afrobeat fans started investigatIng the track word for word, and it was immediately clear OBO used the opportunity to sub his frenemy.


From betrayal and envious people and the Black Axe confraternity, the Neo-Black Movement of Africa, and the homage to David Beckham, David wastes no time updating fans on the originality of his jewelry.

“Bad belle lo po laye (Shekpe) Kehinde le joju Taiye (owh) Olohun ma gbe mi fun aiye OBO tii gbe won sare,” he sings at the beginning of the first verse.

Then OBO sets his mood on the Black Axe confraternity, expressing his feeling for anyone who tries to spy on him or play dirty around.

“Who dey check am? (Men dey) Ton ba gbemu, we go reck am (Number),” he flows with all swag in the video.

Finally, the king of Afropop pays tribute to former manchester united player David Beckham who inherited the number seven shirt After Cantona left the club.

“7 David Beckham And nothing fit to shake my mental,” he sings.

And while it’s certainly spreading, some lyrics annotators are wondering if he throws a sub a Wizkid with the line, “E’sho (Real Jewellery) dey, I no get Alumi,” a possible mock to Wizkid whose pendant broke and fell off while performing on stage in North America.

Did Davido Sub Wizkid On The New Skiibii Song? Find Out Here

Wizkid pendant fell off on stage

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

To Top