David Adeleke, the award-winning Nigerian singer better known as Davido, says money does not give people the right to disrespect others.


In a Twitter post on Saturday, the music star advised his followers to be kind to people that appear inferior to them.

The ‘OBO’ crooner said while having money might get people the best cars and other luxuries in life, it should not be used to belittle others.

“Money might get you a faster car, a bigger house or the best VIP seats but it doesn’t give you the right to treat others with less any differently. Class and decency have no price tag attached. Be Kind!!!!!!!” he wrote.



Davido has established himself as a prominent name in the global music industry.

In March, the ‘Assurance’ crooner said people thought he would not go far as a musician due to his wealthy background.

“Everybody just came together and I saw joy in that room…they were like this dude really beat the odds,” he had said.

“I was predicted to probably have one or two songs because my daddy has money. Some said ‘he’s going to do two or three songs and we’re going to push him out of the way.’


“But 11 years later, I defeated them and I’m not even 30 yet. So, the experience really touched me.”

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