Afrobeat icon David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido has spurred concerns from netizens after he removed his Instagram profile picture and deleted over 4,000 posts from his timeline.
The singer who has been inactive on social media following the death of his son, Ifeanyi Adeleke on October 2022, took to his Instagram story a few hours ago where he shared a clip of himself getting a head massage.
In split seconds, the singer yanked off the video and proceeded to delete almost all his Instagram posts, leaving on his page of 26.4 million followers are that of his late son, Ifeanyi; the viral post of him and his lover, Chioma, getting ready for his Qatar performance; and pictures from the World Cup performance.
Whilst this raised concerns amongst Netizens, popular blogger Tunde Ednut shared a screenshot of Davido’s IG account’s new look while expressing his thoughts on the hitmaker’s move.
Alongside the screenshot was the caption,
“Davido deleted almost all his posts. He took of his avatar. Something is about to happen soon… ARE YOU FEELING IT???? Are you ready? When I say OBO, you saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay……..”
Taking to the comment section, Isreal DMW affirmed that Davido is coming soon.
“OGA, DEY KOM SOONEST 💯,” he wrote.
See some more comments triggered by his action;
One veraphilip07 wrote: “Mak una check on him ooh, una fit dey see am as play.”
dy_chilling wrote: “Wetting dat one mean”.
badgyalsanny1 wrote: “Make the head no explode ooo”.
iam_wiredc01 wrote: “He’s coming out strong 💪”
Meanwhile, it will be recalled that Davido made his first public appearance on social media shortly before his performance at the closing ceremony of the 2022 FIFA World on December 18 and shared loved-up photos with his fiancée.
After the performance, Davido teased about his return to music, which he said was going to be in March.
“See y’all in March”, he tweeted.
In February 2023, Israel DMW, one of the singer’s aides, hinted that Davido will be releasing an album in March.
Davido has also been scheduled to perform with Tems at this year’s Governors Ball Festival slated to run for three days — from June 9 to 11 — in the United States.