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Davido, DJ Cuppy face Backlash from Fans as They’re in Kenya, Missing the Elections

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Davido in Nairobi, Kenya - March 2015 Davido and DJ Cuppy are currently facing some heat from fans as they’re in Nairobi, Kenya this weekend for a concert, making them unable to vote. 

B-Red, Kenyan Victoria Kimani, DJ Obi, Asa Asika and more are also in the city.

We’re guessing they were unable to cancel because of contractual obligations, a similar problem Basketmouth cited, when he couldn’t move his annual London show on February 14, the original election date.

Both DJ Cuppy and Davido used separate private jets for their trips.

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DJ Cuppy was accompanied by her friends for the cross-continent flight.DJ Cuppy in Nairobi, Kenya - March 2015 5 DJ Cuppy in Nairobi, Kenya - March 2015 2 DJ Cuppy in Nairobi, Kenya - March 2015 Here are some of the comments from Cuppy’s fans:not voting backlash 2not voting backlash

 

Update! The DJ posted this photo holding the Nigerian flag, saying the country is on her mind. However, some fans are still not having it.

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Photo Credit: Instagram.com | DavidoOfficial | CuppyMusic

21 Comments

  1. amaa

    March 28, 2015 at 1:06 pm

    Kai!!! Naija I hail oh!!!. All I can say is just be careful what you tweet or post on social media.

    • holuwarseun

      March 29, 2015 at 12:00 pm

      Lol… I thought the land and sea boarder were closed. Different laws for the rich and affluent.

  2. Frostycake

    March 28, 2015 at 1:20 pm

    Sigh

  3. Tundy

    March 28, 2015 at 1:23 pm

    But some Nigerians are bloody hypocrites. Some of those ranting i’m sure have no PVC. What has her going to Kenya affect you or the state of the country. You sit down, type and you think it’s ideal to bring people down with your words. It is very wrong. A father is a billionaire? So?. What has that got to do with anything. Go out and vote and stop harassing people!

  4. wagamama

    March 28, 2015 at 1:28 pm

    Hahahahaha! Una no well o! Where did they expect them to be before? Btw i thought lagos was the best *city* in the world? Anyways…..

    TAKE NOTE: CHILDREN OF THE RICH DO NOT SUFFER WE SUFFER! THEY DONT FEEL THE PAINS WE FEEL, THE STRUGGLES AND HURDLES WE MEET AND TRY TO OVERTAKE, UNLESS THEY TRULY DEEPLY IMMENSELY LOVE THIS COUNTRY THEY CANNOT BE PATRIOTIC! #FACT!

    #KUDOS to those who stayed behind. We fight with our #VOTES not our fists. And if we do loose, well then……we #LIVE to fight with our #VOTES another another day! #ONE.NAIJA #OMO.NAIJA #That.Nigerian.Chick!

  5. Anonymous

    March 28, 2015 at 2:24 pm

    Nigerians just love getting upset over someone else’s wealth. Whose fault is it that these two were born into rich families. I’m more surprised by their work ethic considering none of them ever have to work to live a comfortable life.

    I’m also very sure a lot of these people spewing hate are doing so from their homes. We are the biggest hypocrites. Blatantly accusing someone of not voting when you’re not voting either. Miss me with that trash.

    Btw BN if you like don’t post this comment. There was no need mentioning how they travelled. These subtle shades are so childish and petty.

  6. Carliforniabawlar

    March 28, 2015 at 2:36 pm

    Lmao @that hand go bend! Nigerians have no chill at all! But how can we? The extreme cynicism and aggression is as a direct result of over exposure to the heat from the electricity crisis induced by the infamous Otedola & the 40 thieves.

    • Mz Socially Awkward...

      March 28, 2015 at 6:59 pm

      Ahhhhaaaaahhhhhhaaaaaahhhhhhaaaaaa!! Odetola and the gini?? Free my lungs, please!

  7. seyi

    March 28, 2015 at 3:47 pm

    If I had d opportunity I would have traveled too. Dont blame them.

  8. *curious*

    March 28, 2015 at 5:33 pm

    lmbo @ “unpatriotic elements”. i sha hope that those expressing their disapproval have exercised or will be exercising “their” right to vote.

  9. nancy

    March 28, 2015 at 5:54 pm

    I think they would have tried to reschedule their appointments at Nairobi to enable them participate. If they couldn’t, then they shouldn’t shove it in our faces about their trip. Keep the flexing pictures till after election. Psquare and flavour are in London and having a show today. I feel it’s disrespectful given that Nigeria is their backbone directly or indirectly and one day they will need our support or go into political path

    • Mama

      March 28, 2015 at 8:27 pm

      Abeg shut up already…..empty patriotism….a whole lot of you do little things everyday to make this country the hell it is today….reschedule their appointments indeed…mschweeeeeew

  10. Onetallgirl

    March 28, 2015 at 5:57 pm

    Maybe they couldn’t get out of their performances. You have to understand people’s situations before u judge!

  11. Anonymous

    March 28, 2015 at 6:22 pm

    I have a problem when we live in denial. What’s right is right and wrong,wrong. Let’s even forget about the wealth of these individuals. who is left to vote in order to effect a change we claim we desperately need,when most people flee the country under the guise of work,biz,children’s pta abroad etc? What sort of cowardly behavior is this?! Who is the country being left for? might I add that everyone can run too,Cotonou is just round the corner,and thus it’s beyond the money but the attitude. We have no other country but this one please and can only be built if we work together!! Anyone not here at this crucial time deserves every manner of insult that comes their way,it’s the height of gross irresponsibility. Anytime the truth is told it’s said “people are hating”…….please give up that phrase already!! ARRANT RUBBISH……….

    • Mz Socially Awkward...

      March 28, 2015 at 7:31 pm

      I’m not an advocate of either individual mentioned in the above post (particularly because I’ve known my country well enough to understand that many “Nigerian Billioniares” have built their “riches” on undisclosed political favours and the sufferings of the masses… Feel free to point out any exceptions to this rule…).

      However, I know the Nigerian government royally messed up a lot of people’s schedules due to their unexpected postponement of the elections from 14th Feb to 28th March. And from what I’m even reading, it seems voting will spill over to Sunday 29th March as well, further upsetting the applecart. My mum had already planned to not be in the country during the end of March for her own personal reasons and there was nary a chance in heck she was moving that travel date even further into April, because of the professional engagements involved. She was, however, in the country for the original election date and would have voted if her long-awaited PVC had finally showed up at the collection point (long story for another day).

      There might be contractual obligations or others which impacted on this weekend and tied their hands so the gross irresponsibility you speak of would only apply to wilfully disregarding those commitments. I’m in agreement with you that Nigeria’s future should be everyone’s concern but you have to admit that INEC hasn’t helped the cause at all.

  12. SOLO ACT

    March 28, 2015 at 7:27 pm

    do they have nigerian citizenship? DJ cuppy was born in london?. do u think shes concerned about your well being? the only time she gives a flying f*ck is when she wants to promote her music so you poor folks can scrape you hard earned money to buy it and be a socialite in nigeria. as for DAVIDO lol ABEG.

    • Annon

      April 28, 2015 at 5:37 pm

      Point of correction DJ Cuppy was not born in London but in Lagos. Nigeria.

  13. olapeyton

    March 28, 2015 at 7:36 pm

    i think u pple should put these pples in your shoes and blame our leaders for indecisions…..dnt blame nigerians that e out of the country today and not voting ..everybody is trying to mae ends meet..do u wanna tell me that if im out of the country today cos of my work or personal issue ,i dont love my country..nah nah nah..peeps u re wrong , y’all shld know everyone plans and i ve plan my trip to be after election on feb 14 and early March so my country leaders decided to shift the election forward cos of one stupid reason or the other God knows….think about it people beforr judging…….i said my own oooooo

  14. Mama

    March 28, 2015 at 8:13 pm

    Stupid fans……some of u stayed home without voting yet have the temerity to insult others….

  15. Diddy

    March 29, 2015 at 12:50 pm

    Naija with una funny attitude,wetin concern them with the election,yes na your right to vote but no mean se na by force,dem be get biz appointment and them suppose to honour am,why all the statement of these rich man pikin,una wey dey vex se dem comot or dem be rich man pikin no be their fault,if u no wan rich and u want make ur pikin continue to dey suffer where u stop,then stop to dey hustle,na who dem put sugar for im mouth e throw am away,dem dey yori yori their live, so wetin u wey no get suppose do na to hustle and beg baba God to bless u other than dey vex for person life,after all e get some of us wey dey for naija here and decide se we no wan vote wetin una go talk abt pple like us,so abeg make una take some chill pill cos either we like am or not Money Good and bible se Money answereth all things.

  16. Wiklo

    March 30, 2015 at 12:43 am

    Cuppy is Nigerian by birth while Davido is American by birth…….

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