His mother went into labor early – Kemi Olunloyo recounts how Davido was born ahead of 28th birthday

Controversial US-trained investigative journalist Kemi Olunloyo have once again shake the internet world as she recounts how Davido was born in Atlanta ahead of his 28th birthday.

His mother went into labor early – Kemi Olunloyo recounts how Davido was born ahead of 28th birthday

Despite that Davido have grown to become one of the greatest artiste in Africa music,

Kemi Olunloyo have not been able to form a good relationship with off and on social media.

Kemi Olunloyo on various occasions have dragged Davido and sometimes his baby mama

as she once accuse the ‘Assurance’ crooner of harassing and molesting her.

Though Davido’s fans have always come to his defense, Kemi Olunloyo have always insisted

that their past will never make them friends but she decided to put her fans and followers

in shock after she took to her Twitter page to wish Davido a happy birthday 6 days to the d-day.

Kemi Olunloyo took to her official page to recount when the mother of Davido,

who used to be her friend went into labor and how she stayed with her till she gave birth to Davido.

According to the controversial journalist, Davido’s mother went into labor early and this saw her miss her son first birthday.

She tweeted;

“DAVIDO’S birthday is on Saturday. I was there beside his late mom Vero on that 20th November 1992, she missed my son’s first birthday on the 22nd as she went into labor early. They were Thanksgiving holiday babies. We lived on the same street in ATL. Happy Birthday, David”.

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