Nigerian crossdresser, Idris Okuneye, widely known as Bobrisky, has waded into the ongoing feud involving Davido and Samklef.
For the past few days, Samklef has been relentlessly criticizing the singer for blocking him on social media. This action came after Samklef accused Davido of leaking photos of his wife, Chioma, and their twins.
Since the blocking incident, Samklef has not missed an opportunity to take jabs at Davido.
Bobrisky, in a post on his Instagram page, ridiculed the former singer, highlighting his unsuccessful endeavors in blogging and music. He also commented on Samklef’s wounded pride, attributing it to Davido blocking him.
Additionally, Bobrisky warned Samklef against attempting to tarnish Davido’s reputation. He suggested that Samklef might have garnered more credibility if he had confronted Davido before the social media block.
“Samklef failed career leave Davido alone!! You failed as a musician, you also failed as a blogger, as if that wasn’t enough you are clout chasing with Davido’s name. David is not the cause of ur failed life. You claimed he owed people money right? Why are you dragging him after he block you? You should have dragged him for owing people before he blocked ur lowlife”.
David shouldn’t respond to you cos that might send you to an early grave. You are pained he block you. Leave him alone expired glory. No be everybody blogging fit o!! Because Tunde is making it doesn’t mean you will werey. See his round head like rotten garden egg. Mtchewwwwww, if I bring back the old bob you will sign out of ur IG page nonsense”.
“You wonder why I stopped responding to ur dm? Cos you are broke, always asking me to give him discount yet Baba won’t pay. He likes free services. Wait o at some point in ur life you were interviewing people on ur page you still failed in that one. Only you? You need help. I’m still ur guy sha!! But stop coming for David. Rest bros”.
In a recent blog post, Samklef openly criticized Davido, alleging that he owed money to several individuals.
The music producer humorously referred to Davido as “owe owe 1,” cleverly playing on Davido’s well-known “001” catchphrase, indirectly insinuating that Davido was a debtor.
Samklef offered advice to Davido, drawing a comparison between him and Wizkid and using the iconic film “Scarface” as an analogy.
He went a step further by suggesting that Davido should consider attending a lecture, specifically one on the “48 Laws of Power,” and implied that Davido often displayed what he called an “outside US mentality,” despite his extensive international exposure and experiences.
Samklef’s criticisms even went as far as drawing a comparison between the music star and Portable’s former signee, Yung Dee.