Celebrating the Memory of Ifeanyi: Davido's Touching Tribute on social media

Celebrating the Memory of Ifeanyi: Davido’s Touching Tribute on social media

Davido Adeleke, widely known as Davido, recently took to his social media platforms to pay heartfelt tribute to his late son, Ifeanyi. Tragically, Ifeanyi lost his life in a drowning incident just over a year ago, leading Davido to take a break from social media until March 2023.

In a poignant gesture, the head of DMW shared an image of a dove on his social media accounts. Doves are recognized symbols of peace, love, and a profound spiritual connection. This symbolic gesture served as a touching reminder of the love and loss Davido experienced on the anniversary of this tragic event.

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On his Instagram story channel, he once again posted the same dove image, emphasizing the significance of this solemn occasion as the anniversary of the heartbreaking incident. This act reflects not only his deep grief but also his desire to honor and remember his beloved son, Ifeanyi.

Davido’s tweet and social media posts stand as a poignant tribute to a life lost too soon and a testament to the enduring love he holds for his son.

Below are some of the recations from netizens..

@thegirlonpink: “It’s well 001.”

@lzexchange: “RIP Little Angel.”

koko_barbz: “I still remember the video when they were struggling to get him to pose for his birthday shoot, such a happy and sweet baby! Rest on little angel.”

printjollylaptopskin: “At least there always be a twin to console David anytime he remembers.”

boylee__1: “1 year done reach fast omo, keep resting.”

richy_billy_02: “God now decided to bless them with double David is blessed.”

bankrolll_dreamchase: “Bro how that boy died from a pool, cap.”

@PrimeQuote_: “God brought him back in double fold.”

@abazwhyllzz: See the touching tribute Davido posted as he remembers son Ifeanyi, 1 year after his death

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