Here’s The Meaning Of Davido ‘Tule’ & ‘E Choke’


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African pop star giant, Davido is known for using catchy lyrics in his music starting from Skelewu, Gobe, Shekpe and, and many others. ‘Tule’, ‘E Choke’ is the new trending words in 2021 started by Davido.

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How Davido started ‘Tule’ & ‘E Choke’

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Recently, legendary afrobeat singer, Wizkid dropped his fourth studio album ‘Made in Lagos’. It became the most trending topics on social media in October.

Davido and other celebrities join forces to congratulate Wizkid on his latest album released.

Reacting to the new album, Davido’s PA Aloma and some 30BG members took to social media to shade Wizkid’s album saying, “Album Will Swallow Album”. Which means Davido’s “A Better Time” will dethrone “Made In Lagos”.

Amid the endless anticipation of Davido’s album, Singer, Burna Boy tweeted ‘floppy disk‘ meaning Davido’s album would be a flop.

A few weeks after, Davido disclosed that his album had surpassed 213.2 million streams across all platforms and begin to mock his haters by screaming ‘E Choke’ ‘Tule’

Questions fans are asking;

What is the meaning of E Choke and Tule?

Answer: The word “Tule” is a slang which means “leave me” like Dbanj used to say “fi Le”. E choke means “it’s plenty such that it’s getting noticed”.

In English, choke means when you choke or when something chokes you, you cannot breathe properly, it’s a reply from Davido to Burna Boy floppy disk tweet, ‘A Better Time’ has chocked him.

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