Ifeanyi Adeleke, the son of well-known musician Davido and his fiancée, Chioma Rowland, is said to have passed away, and this has sparked strong reactions.
As of the time , this report was filed, information on the circumstances of Ifeanyi’s death was still hazy.
Unconfirmed rumors suggested that Davido’s first child drowned in a swimming pool at his home in the Banana Island district of Lagos State, though this was not confirmed.
After being taken from the pool, the three-year-old boy was reportedly transferred to a hospital in the Lekki district of the state, where one of the attending physicians verified his death.
At the time this article was written, the victim’s family still hadn’t responded to the unfortunate turn of events.
However, Nigerians—especially fans of entertainment—have been incensed and traumatized by the development ever since the news of Ifeanyi’s alleged death became public knowledge.
ASeveralfamous people have sent cryptic remarks that seem to corroborate Ifeanyi’s passing. Among them are the comedians’ Ayo Makun and Lasisi Elenu, as well as Daddy Freeze, a radio host.
Makun, in an Instagram post early Tuesday, wrote, “The death of a child is unnatural, unfair, and tragic, this hit me so bad.”
When the person you love is someone involved, it becomes a heavy emotional burden, according to Daddy Freeze, who went live on Instagram early on Tuesday morning. Keep in mind that I am not confirming anything, but I won’t be live tonight.
Lasisi Elenu also posted, “Father heal your children’s hearts from this pain, strengthen them in such a dark and hurtful time oh Lord.”
Rosemary Afuwape, a reality television personality, and actress wrote on her Instagram account, “My heart can’t take this. This is so painfully unbearable. Chioma and Davido please accept my condolences. No amount of words can comfort your hheart I sincerely apologize for your loss.
Ifeanyi’s alleged death was the most popular subject on Twitter as of 1.28 am.
However, the death rumor was first mentioned in a now-deleted late-Monday post by the actress Eniola Badmus.
In response to Badmus’ article, Nigerians criticized her for disclosing such private information to the public.