Isreal DMW Appeals for Peace: Let Davido Be Amid Cheating Allegations

…By Dorcas Funmi for TDPel Media. Isreal DMW, the personal logistics manager of Nigerian singer Davido, has appealed to Nigerians to let his boss have some peace.


He took to his Instagram page to address the outrage stirred on social media due to cheating allegations against Davido by two women based abroad, despite being in a relationship with his longtime girlfriend, Chioma.

Isreal DMW begged everyone, with a plea to God Almighty, to allow Davido’s name to rest, emphasizing that enough is enough.

Davido’s Response to the Allegations:

Following the accusations made by Anita Brown and Ivanna Bay, who claimed to be involved with Davido and carrying his children, the singer has finally broken his silence.


Anita Brown had shared supposed chat screenshots between her and Davido’s cousin, Clarks Adeleke, as well as conversations with Davido himself.

Brown stated that Davido denied the pregnancy and even urged her to take care of it.

On the other hand, Ivanna Bay revealed how Davido allegedly attempted to make her sign a confidentiality agreement.

In response to these allegations, Davido made a cryptic comment, though the specifics of his statement were not mentioned in the article.

Public Condemnation:

The allegations made against Davido have sparked outrage on social media, with many Nigerians expressing their disapproval of the singer’s actions.


The public has condemned Davido’s alleged behavior, particularly his infidelity despite being in a committed relationship with Chioma.


Isreal DMW’s plea for Davido’s name to be left alone reflects the growing backlash and discussions on social media regarding the cheating allegations made against the singer.

Davido’s cryptic comment and the evidence presented by the accusers have intensified the public’s condemnation.

As the controversy continues to unfold, the spotlight remains on Davido’s actions and their impact on his personal life and public image.


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