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David Adeleke aka Davido has declared himself and Wizkid as the two greatest of all time in the Nigerian music industry.

Wizkid and Davido used to be rivals until they recently made peace. They are two talents from Africa who have really worked hard to the top over the years regardless.

Davido shared a traditional photo of the two on his official Instagram handle and made such a comment, prompting over 14,000 socialites to react to it.

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Wizkid And Myself Are The Greatest of All Time – Davido Brags

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