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VIDEO: Wizkid And Davido’s Team Clash Violently At Dubai’s One Africa Music Festival

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The feud between and Davido has gone beyond mere social media subs, and this has gotten many fans worried about the two superstars.

It was a night of African music as the One Africa Music Festival went down at the Madinat Jumeirah Al Sufough, Dubai.

With performances from 2Baba, , , Davido, Tiwa Savage, Wizkid, , Banky W, Vanessa Mdee, Victoria Kimani, and much more, it was quite a thrilling affair for lovers of African music.

Now Here’ the thing, there are reports from Dubai that Wizkid and Davido’s team clashed, after Wizkid reportedly punched one of Davido’s team members.

Here’s what Twitter user, @esineymar, said about the clash:

“…Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie was unable to perform at the just ended One Africa concert which took place in Dubai…When Sarkodie was just about hitting the stage, Davido’s guy attacked Black Nana by pushing him to the floor to allow Davido perform.

Things turned violent as people received slaps and blows like free Wi-Fi. There has been some arrests. The main fight was between two of Nigeria’s very own artistes, Wizkid and Davido. Davido expressed disappointment in the organizers allowing wizkid to perform before him. This obviously didn’t sit well with Wizkid and his people as it led to a big fight backstage.

Unfortunately, things got messy at the backstage which resulted in…Sarkodie not able to perform. Sarkodie and his crew were just caught up in the cross fire set between Wizkid and Davido.”

And here’s the video recorded at the event:

Though Sarkodie did not tell his own side of the story and why he cancelled his performance, another Ghanaian gave a different account of what happened. See the tweets:

Whatever the case may be, it is apparent that the feud between Wizkid and Davido has gone physical and now is spilling over, affecting the livelihood of other stars. Will the organisers of the One Africa Music Festival address this mess? We hope they do.

Meanwhile, here’s what folks think of the drama:

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