Footballers are enjoying – Singer Davido ‘regrets’ his career choice

Nigerian singer and songwriter, David Adeleke also known as Davido, has expressed a moment of realization on the wealth of football stars.

He took to his Twitter page on Thursday, February 15 and caused a buzz when he made reference to the luxurious lifestyle enjoyed by footballers.

Davido footballers dey enjoy

Davido’s post comes on the heels of his extravagant 30th birthday celebration of Atletico Madrid Star, Mephis Depay who also gave him a Rolex timepiece.

The Grammy nominated singer shared a moment of contemplation and playfully suggested that he may have chosen the wrong profession.

He tweeted; “Footballers Dey enjoy ooooo … be like I chose wrong profession 😂😂😂😂 bruhhhhhhh.”

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Meanwhile, CorrectNG reported earlier that Davido and Depay, who are Puma ambassadors linked up at the Dutch player’s exclusive 30th birthday dinner.

During the event, Davido took the stage to perform his chart-topping 2023 hit “Unavailable” from his album Timeless, and was also joined by Depay while doing so.

However, the highlight of the night came when Depay surprised Davido with a lavish gift—a Rolex watch believed to be worth millions of naira.

Davido wrote on Instastories; “Bought me a @rolex on his own birthday!!! I never receive gifts I’ve always been the one to gift Pple! I love and appreciate you @memphisdepay.. also lemme get some of that hair Lool”.

In related news…

Nigerian music sensation, Damini Ogulu better known by his stage name, Burna Boy, has revealed that his early career path was in football.

He said that he was a good footballer, but he decided to switch to music because he was better at goalkeeping and was not happy that he “didn’t feel important.”

The Grammy-winning artiste made this known during a chat with British-Nigerian media personality, Julie Adenuga.

Burna Boy noted that he believed the team would fare well without him, so he left as he did not want to spend his life as a goalkeeper.

He said; “I love football. I was good at playing football but the wickedest thing was that I was good at goalkeeping. That’s why I just stopped because [goalkeeping] was dead. I didn’t feel so important. I just didn’t feel like I was needed like that. I felt like without me the team will still be alright. I don’t want to spend my life like that.”