Interview: Davido on NdaniTV – ‘If I Came Back As a Woman I Would Not Come Back as Rihanna Because I Don’t Wanna Get Beat Up’

This kid is funny. Davido one of the hottest sensations out of Nigeria who just wrapped up a shoot in the USA for one of his latest music videos. Prior to his latest shoot, he sat down with popular radio host Toolz, who is also the host for Ndani TV The Juice, for an interview. He debunks the myth that his father (an exteremely wealthy Nigerian business man) beckons to his every need. But, what is particularly funny is when the host ask what female artist he would like to return to earth as. He mentions Adele among two females. When pressed on why he does not say Rihanna, he says he would rather not return as Rihanna because he does not “wanna get beat up.” Interesting kid and an interesting sense of humor. Watch it below:

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