‘Who Killed Kwame Nkrumah’ – Davido Quizzes In New Controversial Photo

Nigerian singer, Davido has sparked controversy with a question he asked concerning the alleged conspiracy theory about former Ghanaian first president, Dr Kwame Nkrumah.

Recall that Davido touched down in the country a few days ago and he had a rousing welcome from his Ghanaian fan who trooped to the airport to welcome him.

Davido has been meeting up with Ghanaian celebrities in the country and he linked up with dancer, Incredible Zigi.

Davido rocked a controversial shirt with the photo of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. embossed in the front with the big question mark that who killed him.

The photo has since sparked several reactions from fans on social media.

Meanwhile,

The Grammy Academy has opened up on the reason Wizkid ‘s Essence was not nominated for the Grammy for Record of the Year category.

Harvey Mason, the Grammy CEO, was recently asked why Essence was not nominated for a Record of the Year award in a recent interview with Billboard.

For the very first time in 27 years, the Grammy nominees are determined solely by the voting members of the Grammy committee, with no input from the review committee.

Wizkid received two nominations for Best Global Music Album and Best Global Music Performance, and the CEO was questioned if he was satisfied with the voting committee’s capacity to deliver without monitoring. 

the Grammy CEO said;

I wasn’t nervous. I felt like we’d done a lot of important work on our membership. We’ve done a lot of outreach into different communities that we felt were maybe underrepresented in our voting membership. … So I felt like the timing was right for our membership to be able to directly decide who the nominees were. That’s why we felt good with removing the nominations review committees at the time that we did it.

Source:Ghgossip.com

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