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‘This is Davido’s temperament’ Fans react to what Davido’s son Ifeanyi did to ice-cream vendor in Dubai 

Davido and son

Ifeanyi, the son of Nigerian singer David Adeleke popularly called Davido, sparked online reactions after what happened between him and an ice-cream vendor in Dubai.

The video shared on chef Chi’s Instagram page captured the moment an ice-cream vendor played with Ifeanyi before serving him.

The vendor at first gave him the wafer, and Ifeanyi took it to his mother, who in turn asked him to go and collect ice cream from the vendor.

Again the ice cream vendor filled another wafer with ice while using it to play with Ifeanyi as he struggled to collect it.

However, unable to collect the ice cream, Ifeanyi angrily left the vendor, which generated an online reaction as netizens likened his action to his father’s.

darchy_kanem wrote: na David temperament be this

lingeriebytemmy wrote: Lmao his pissed already

meg_danjuma wrote: Davido fit vex for this guy

victornwosu235 wrote: Oya take ur ice cream,ifanyi jeje comot

Kemi Filani News recall Davido had come under fire after an old tweet about female Nollywood stars resurfaced online.

In the 2011 post shared on the microblogging platform Twitter, Davido opined that Nollywood is just a way for female stars to advertise their body to wealthy men.

According to Davido, female Nollywood stars make more money from having sex than from featuring in movies.

He tweeted: Nollywood is just a way 4 these actresses 2 advertise their goodies 2 rich men… dey makes more moni banging than acting. Fact.

Despite being an old tweet, many netizens frowned over the statement stating that it is an insult to Nollywood and female stars.

Meanwhile, some netizens also claimed that Davido didn’t lie about the controversial tweet because his words are not far from the truth.

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