Is Davido A Cultist & Member Of Black Axe Cult Group? Find Out Here

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Is Davido A Cultist & Member Of Black Axe Cult Group? Find Out Here

He is an afro pop singer whose music was definitely influenced by music legend Fela Kuti. This Atlanta born artiste dropped out of Oakwood University and moved to London to pursue his dream of becoming a musician.

The star hit it big almost from the release if his first album. Since then he has released a large number of songs, several of which are hit tracks. This Nigerian singer and producer is said to be a cult member.

Is Davido A Cultist?

Davido has been accused on a great many occasions with supported proof to back up these claims. He was accused of belonging to the Illuminati group. Some have come forward to dispute this claim stating that, the prestigious cult is racist in nature and therefore does not permit the admittance of black people. Of course this claim is also yet to be confirmed or denied, it is still purely speculation.

Another claim came up that this Omo Baba Olowo star belongs to the Nigerian confraternity known as the Black Axe/Aye. He is said to be a major benefactor of the Black Axe.

This accusations gained more credence when the star carved out the number 7 on his head. The number 7 is a symbol of the axe and it is used by the members of the (NBM) Neo-black Movement /Black Axe/Aye.

However, other people have come forward to defend him saying it was not a sign identifying with the Black Axe cult, but a sign of appreciation, in acknowledgment of star footballer C. Ronaldo following him on Instagram and the No.7, is the jersey number of this football legend.

2 thoughts on “Is Davido A Cultist & Member Of Black Axe Cult Group? Find Out Here

  1. I produced evidence (somewhat better than simply pointing to a number shaved into his head or various hand signals he might deploy) on my website: bemigho147watch

    That proves that Davido is in fact a member of the NBM of Africa (popularly known as the Black Axe and also as the Aiye Confraternity) having paid $15,000 (6 million local) for the privilege.

    The NBM can be seen arguing over the money vanishing as is quite common when they receive money from new members and/or from the government who employ them as hired thugs.

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