Kizz Daniel Halts Dubai Concert To Observe Moment Of Silence For Davido’s Son, Ifeanyi


Kizz Daniel halts Dubai concert to observe moment of silence for Davido’s son

Nigerian Singer Kizz Daniel has joined others in paying his respect to Ifeanyi Adeleke, son of pop star Davido.

Kizz Daniel opened his concert in Dubai on Friday night, November 4 with a minute of silence for Ifeanyi.

Kizz Daniel who is on a music tour across many countries, including the United Arab Emirates, Germany, Australia, Ghana, and others to perform the best of his songs to a live audience pays his last respect to the boy.

In a video shared on Instagram, the ‘Buga’ singer could be heard saying, “Let’s have a moment of silence, a moment of silence for Ifeanyi Adeleke, Davido’s son.”

Ifeanyi Adeleke

As the crowd went mute, flashlights were put on as a sign of respect for the deceased.

As the crowd went mute, flashlights were put on as a sign of respect for the deceased.

Watch the video below:

Fellow singer Iyanya has also postponed his London music tour to mourn Ifeanyi Adeleke.

He took to Instagram on Wednesday, to reveal that it was a painful decision to make but he would honour Davido with it.

“Dear Friends, in light of the tragic event that took place earlier this week which hit very close to home, I have taken the painful decision to push my London show scheduled for the 6th of November 2022 to the 22nd of November 2022, all tickets purchased will be valid for the new date.

“I can’t wait to party with you and apologise for any inconvenience this may cause but It doesn’t feel right to celebrate while so many of my close friends are in pain. I hope you understand the weight of this tough decision. See you soon London,” he wrote.

Ifeanyi died by drowning on Monday, October 31, eleven days after celebrating his third birthday.

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