CDQ Explodes As Seyi Tinubu Ridiculed Him At Davido’s House, Vows To Settle It In The Studio

Date: 01-10-2020 9:01 pm (10 months ago) | Author: Olusanya Akinrinola
- at 1-10-2020 09:01 PM (10 months ago)

Sodiq Abubakar Yusuf aka CDQ has hinted that he will go into the studio to address Seyi Tinubu.

Seyi is a son of Bola Tinubu, former Lagos State Governor and All Progressives Congress (APC) national leader.

In a post on Twitter, CDQ disclosed that there was an altercation Wednesday night at the house of David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido.

The indigenous hip-hop rapper accused Seyi of disrespect.

Noting that he was not from a rich family, CDQ declared he is an hustler from the slum and won’t not let the matter slide.

“Seyi Tinubu I’m bouta compose an article for you about what you did to me last night @ David’s house”, he tweeted on Thursday.

“I might not be born with silver spoon like you but bruh I’m a fighter and a strong hustler that germinated from the slum to where I am today. I won’t take disrespect from anyone.” (sic).

The tweet has generated thousands of retweets and comments as social media users ponder what transpired.

Posted: at 1-10-2020 09:01 PM (10 months ago) | Hero
- gogoman at 1-10-2020 09:15 PM (10 months ago)
Mumu why u no settle the scores on the spot!! like real slumdog
Posted: at 1-10-2020 09:15 PM (10 months ago) | Addicted Hero
- ttuswale at 1-10-2020 09:26 PM (10 months ago)
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Na wa o


Bola Ahmed Tinubu 's vineyard.

1. Sade Tinubu, daughter - Administers Lagos markets, with revenue reportedly over ₦15bn/year

2. Seyi Tinubu, son - handles Lagos outdoor advertising sector reportedly pulling in over ₦19bn/ year

3. Fola Tinubu, (Primero) nephew - handled state funded BRT corridors. Takes over public transportation services in Lagos metropolis from unit operators worth N120bn/year

4. Remi Tinubu fuels Light Up Lagos generators N36bn/year

4. Bola Tinubu (Alpha Beta) - earns 15 % of Lagos gross internally generated revenue of N480bn 

5. Bola Ahmed Tinubu N500m monthly pocket money from Lagos House

6. 15,000 copies of The Nation newspaper purchased by LASG daily

7. N5bn Lagos Morgues and Laboratories under Tinubu consultancy

8. N13bn annual Lagos road toll gates under Tinubu consultancy
Posted: at 1-10-2020 09:26 PM (10 months ago) | Upcoming
- janeken at 3-10-2020 07:09 PM (9 months ago)
poverty na disease, hang out with ya class
Posted: at 3-10-2020 07:09 PM (9 months ago) | Newbie