C-list artiste – Andrew Tate lashes out at Davido over ‘scam’ meme coins

Controversial social media personality, Andrew Tate has taken a heavy swipe at Nigerian music star, Davido, and certain cryptocurrency platforms.

He shaded Davido by calling the Grammy nominee as a C-List celebrity that fraudulent platforms allegedly use to promote a scam cryptocurrency.

C-list artiste - Andrew Tate lashes out at Davido over 'scam' meme coins

The American-British former professional kickboxer spoke during an episode of his ‘Rumble Tate Speech’ podcast with his brother Tristan Tate.

Tate claimed that the $DAVIDO Solana coin which OBO unveiled few weeks ago, is a rug-pull coin that broke artistes use to enrich themselves at the expense of their unsuspecting fans.

He vowed that his podcast would burst fraudulent companies who use entertainers and public personalities to promote such crypto.

Andrew Tate said; “Cartoon pictures that show you crap, who lie to you, show you rug pulls, who try and promote traxh coins with their C-List celebrity friends from fxxking Africa somwhere. We are gonna get rid of all these scumbags, they are all leaving.”

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Meanwhile, in another news…

Street-hop artiste, Habeeb Okikiola, also known as Portable, blasted David “Davido” Adeleke, for allegedly giving him ‘bad advice’.

Portable claimed that he received bad advice about getting record label deal during their dinner in the United States of America few days ago.

He called out Davido, who signed to Sony Music, for advising him to sign with Empire just like ace rapper Olamide, instead of joining the same label as him.

The ‘Zazuu Zeh’ star stated that he prefers helpers like Skepta, Olamide who gave him gifts and still connected him with global fashion brands.

Speaking during a recent Instagram Live session, Portable said: “You are signed to Sony Music, but you’re giving me bad advice in America to get signed to Empire and collect advance. The same Grammy you’re chasing is what I’m also chasing.

“Olamide helped me directly, Skepta gave me a verse, money, shoes, clothes and still linked me up with big fashion brands. That’s the kind of helper I want from God not someone who will be following mouth”.