What’s happening– Nigerians React After Davido Looses His Photographer Months After Obama DMW’s Death

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Nigerians on social media have expressed concern for Davido, after losing his personal Photographer Fortune Ateumunname, few months after the death of Obama DMW.

Leakblast.com reports that  Davido‘s photographer, Fortunate Umurname Peter, 24, who was born and raised in Bariga reportedly died on September 21st.

According to reports, Fortune drowned at a location in Lagos on Tuesday evening during a shoot. 

Leakblast.com understands that Fortune Ateumunnam’s death is coming few months after the death of Obama DMW.

Reacting to the news of his death, Nigerians via social media questioned why death trails the DMW camp, whilst consoling the singer over the death of his photographer.

READ ALSO: Full story behind Davido’s official photographer’s death, by Tunde Ednut

They also urged the singer to go for a major deliverance to quell the raising deaths in his camp. 

Some of the reactions below;

hasesamamii wrote: Na wa o. Why people Dey die around him like that

oyin_of_lagos wrote: Omo so heartbreaking. That guy should check his circle well. Something isn’t right somewhere. May his soul get to eternal rest

victorokpalan wrote: What’s happening? How many deaths in one circle back to back!?

POOJA wrote; RIP Fortune. A loss of a photographer is a loss for the photograph fraternity.

Davido should watch it or do a major deliverance. These deaths around him are getting too much.

AJ wrote; Its really irritating how someone died in Davido camp and the next thing you do is try to push an agenda that he’s using them. He’s currently grieving and you guys aren’t making it any easier.

Debi wrote; Davido is loosing too much ffs

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