Davido’s ‘E Choke’ term has gradually been assimilated into urban culture and has become a big street anthem and we dare say it’s the most popular slang out there.
Now the DMW boss has his own currency called E Choke thanks to the creativity of a young Nigerian artist identified on Facebook as Sheddy Art.
The young creative art specialist made a portrait of the celebrated Nigerian singer to honour his glowing legacy in a new post he shared on social media.
Sheddy drew the singer’s portrait with ordinary pencil and it turned out amazing. He shared photos and video of the art work.
In other news involving Baddest, the Afrobeat singer hours ago reacted after Yung-Bleu, an American rapper, defied his warning not to eat anything in a Nigerian club since he arrived in the country.
Yung-Bleu took to Instagram to reveal how he’s suffering since he decided to try out some Nigerian delicacies while in the cub but it obviously ended in tears as h claims the meals are too spicy. The rapper consequently attached a photo of himself standing behind Davido with a look on his face probably in distress from food and drinks he consumed at the club.
But the DMW boss had no sympathy for him as he reminded him that he had warned him beforehand. See the screenshots which captured their dialogue.
Yung Bleu’s real name is Jeremy Biddle. He is Alabama native, who born there in 1994. He became a well-known rapper in 2017 thanks to his viral single “Miss It”. He released six serial mixtapes “Investments” and got wide acclaim and recognition from others rappers.