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Davido honours late son with pendant tribute

February 7th, 2024 2 min read

Nigerian music sensation Davido recently took to social media to pay tribute to his late son, Ifeanyi, in a heartfelt gesture.

The DMW boss shared a touching photo of a pendant crafted in what looks like Ifeanyi’s image.

Accompanying the photo was a caption that resonated deeply with many, reading “LCND,” which stands for “Legends Can Never Die.”

This emotional tribute reflects Davido’s enduring love and reverence for his departed son, who tragically passed away in a pool accident at his Lagos home in October 2022.

The touching tribute garnered reactions from fans and well-wishers, expressing their sympathy and admiration for Davido’s unwavering love for his son.

Messages poured in, with one fan expressing, “He loves that boy more than anything,” while another reminisced, “This Ifeanyi boy was very handsome.”

Many acknowledged the eternal impact Ifeanyi’s memory holds, with one fan noting, “Might be gone, But lives forever in our Heart.”

In a past interview, Davido revealed how the encouragement he received from friends, family, and fans inspired him to continue pursuing his passion for music.

Despite the profound grief, Davido found solace in the overwhelming support, motivating him to return to the studio and create music that resonates with his soul.

The music icon also shared insights into his latest album, “Timeless,” revealing that he had commenced work on the project before his son’s untimely passing.

Despite the immense personal tragedy, Davido emphasized the importance of remaining strong for his loved ones, acknowledging the responsibility to honor Ifeanyi’s memory while continuing his musical journey.

“I still had to be strong for everybody. Not only my wife, my dad, my family and her family, and my son that’s watching us. I know that at the end of the day, people would also want David to be on stage again,” he said.

Davido and his wife, Chioma, welcomed twins, a boy, and a girl, into their family.

The couple named their newborns Taiwo and Kehinde David.

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