CHIVIDO24: Hilarious moment Davido struggles to speak Igbo at wedding

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Nigerian singer Davido Adeleke has caused a mix of laughter and admiration among fans after he was spotted trying to speak Igbo.

The event, where Davido tied the knot with his Igbo bride, Chioma, became a trending topic after a video surfaced showing the singer struggling to speak the language.

The footage, captured and shared by Nigerian media personality and video creator Noble Igwe, showcased Davido’s attempt to engage in Igbo conversation.

In the video, Igwe playfully quizzes Davido in Igbo, asking him basic questions about his name and surname in the language.

Davido, initially sporting a broad smile, soon appeared puzzled as he grappled to comprehend the inquiries posed to him.

“Igbo man, what is your name? What is your surname?” Noble Igwe is heard asking in the video, as Davido, amidst chuckles from onlookers, makes an effort to respond in Igbo.

However, his attempts were met with some confusion, prompting assistance from those present to clarify the questions for him.

The video of the singer trying to speaking his bride language on their wedding has sparked a wave of mix reactions on social media

Netizens Reactions…

sandra_agwa said; “Umunna’s go humble davido today .

eyecatchingtrendystores said; “He said haaaaa.”

olatoke_ said; “Davido is too funny .”

iam_adedoyinn said; “Baba say Ahh no be you wan marry Igbo!! You gonna learn .”

Realklasikal said; “Records have it that Noble made Davido speak Igbo language at his wedding today.”

cynthia.home_utensils said; “U must speak igbo today .”

favetheplug said; “We accept you like thattttt.”

Busybeeeventsng said; “loveet Igbo kwenu.”

kinki_interiors said; “Our in-law don speak igbo .

mommymovesandmagic said; “You can’t stop at chopping Oha and Ofeakwu!! You must speak our language dear!!”

favella_thrift saif; “Bia Chioma,why you no teach him these simple ones?”

hadassah_dassah said; “He said Ahhh.”

vanessaoflagos said; “Chioma!!! You need to teach this man our language o.”

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