“Today Would Have Been…” – CDQ Reacts To Davido’s Postponement Of A.W.A.Y Festival
The fact that Davido's highly anticipated performance has been rescheduled is still something CDQ cannot accept.
The Nigerian rapper responded to the glorious day that would have been today had Davido's concert not been postponed on Instagram.
Recall that Davido's management announced the "Are We Africans Yet?" festival would now take place on November 20, 2023, instead of the original date of November 18, 2022.
This is due to the passing of the musician's son, Ifeanyi David Adeleke, who passed away on October 31, 2022.
On November 18, the day the show was scheduled to air, CDQ posted an emotional message to Instagram about how the day would have been "another 1 for the book."
In his words:
Today would have been another one for the book, but who are we to question God? Big love to my bro @davido? Woss ??
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