DAVIDO: “Why Ifeanyi must be buried in the sea”- Kemi Olunloyo reveals
O utspoken blogger, Kemi Olunloyo, ha called out bereaved Nigerian singer, David Adeleke, aka Davido, following the death of his son, Ifeanyi, saying “their son should be buried at sea to appease the goddess of water Yemoja”.
The self-acclaimed investigative journalist (Kemi), while recalling the awful things Davido said to her years back- which she said she can never forget, averred that Davido is not even mourning Ifeanyi.
In a recent tweet, Kemi heaped the blame on Ifeanyi’s mother, Chioma Rowland, stressing that she failed her son.
Explaining why she is angry with Davido, the 58-year-old outspoken blogger said, “I changed your diapers, yet you disrespect me”.
According to her, she babysat Davido when he was a kid and the insults he rained on her can’t be overlooked.
Kemi noted that Ifeanyi’s remains should be buried in the sea to appease the goddess of water, Yemoja.
She ended by stating that she sees more tragedy.
IN HER WORDS:
“TODAY MARKS A WEEK IFEANYI ADELEKE DIED‼️
CHIOMA ROWLAND FAILED HER SON. DAVIDO IS NOT EVEN MOURNING THE KID.
THE NANNY AND COOK ARE JUST A DISTRACTION.
THEIR SON SHOULD BE BURIED AT SEA TO APPEASE THE GODDESS OF WATER YEMOJA
I SEE MORE TRAGEDY LOOMING
TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) had earlier reported that Prophet Samuel King, a Nigerian pastor who prophesied about the death of Ifeanyi had said there is another part to the prophecy.
Last week Monday, Ifeanyi was said to have drowned in a swimming pool inside the Banana Island home of Davido and was confirmed dead at a hospital in Lagos State.
Reacting in a video shared on his official Facebook page, Prophet King, as he is called, said the death of the 3-year-old energetic boy fulfilled the prophecy he gave on the 7th of January 2022.
“Davido‘s son has died, fulfilling the prophecy given on the 7th of January 2022 by the Prophet, with a call of warning to pray for his son! More highlights will still be given towards this prophecy as there are hidden clues that need to be shared in prayers only with the family of David Adeleke,” he said