A young Nigerian lady who was gifted the sum of N2 million by Davido after going viral for a video of her soaking garri with apple days ago, has undergone name change.
The girl known as Chinonye Okoli also known as Okoli Classic has announced that she’s officially added Adeleke to her name.
She took to her Instagram page and said that she is now to be addressed as Chinenye Mufasa Adeleke, which is an acknowledgement of David ”Davido’ Adeleke for giving her the money and Tunde Ednut for making her clip go viral.
Social media users shared divergent views and some chided her for choosing to dispose off her father’s name.
View her post:
@_Oluwaseyi745 commented: So your papa name no fit you again abi???
@director_martins said: All for clout all this are not Necessary..
@the kiki2 said; Dey play. Adeleke na small name for your eye? If na you sef gossipmill you go add adeleke for your birth certificate.
@comradeierrbernard said: You still write Chinonye there. Dey play. If na me, I go change that Chinonye to Chef Chi. Wetin i wan use my own name do?
@official_onosbilz commented: Dey play… Even many girls for comment section leave their Papa post their helping boyfriends on Fathers Day.
Meanwhile, in other news…
Nigerian singer, Raoul John Njeng-Njeng popularly known as Skales has recounted how ace rapper, Olamide saved him after his exit from EME Records.
He said that he was rendered homeless and did not have any money after his contract with Empire Mates Entertainment expired, but Olamide came through for him financially.
Skales revealed this during a chat with popular media personality, Chude Jideonwo, where he also explained that the label refused to renew his contract because they were unable make profits from him.
According to the artiste, Olamide called him on phone and asked if he wasn’t going to shoot a video for his song ‘Shake Body,’ before it became a club banger.
Skales said he informed the YBNL boss that he was broke, so Olamide sent him money and he did the video shoot after which the Shake Boy turned to a smash hit at the time.
He said: “My deal with them [EME] was done and they refused to continue because I wasn’t doing well at that time.
“Olamide contacted me and said he loved one of my songs, Shake Body, and asked if I wasn’t going to shoot the video. I told him I was homeless and couldn’t possibly shoot a video and he sent me money. My God turned my life around after that video shoot”