Veteran Nigerian singer Baba Fryo, born Friday Igwe has revealed how Davido refused to help him in his time of need.
In a video posted on his Instagram page, the veteran singer stated that when he was depressed his colleagues which include Davido and 2face refused to offer any form of support.
He said that it was quite hilarious if people like him who are popular was ignored then it would be ridiculous to believe orphanages with unknown individuals would be offered help.
Fryo went ahead to reveal how an NGO he is an ambassador to refused to offer any help while he was in need.
He said: “This N200m that I am hearing about and seeing on social media is surprising to me. If someone like me who is popular and well known was not helped, is it people and orphanages that no one knows that is being helped; they are been given N250m, it is so funny. I will advise Nigerians and Black people to be wise and stop all these things.
“White people do not do all these things. All what we are doing will look so funny to them. I am not saying that giving money to orphanages is a bad thing because I am an ambassador to an NGO that I do not collect a dime from. But funny enough, when I was depressed and had problems, the NGO did not respond. You see how we are. Now I am seeing N200m and they are posting it everywhere; Davido gives money to orphanages and inaugurates a five-man committee to distribute that money. Everything sounds funny to me.
“If I see someone doing good, I appreciate them; I am not saying it is a bad thing. I just want to ask people why someone like me that people know, who cried out; why did they not help the person that they know? It is the people that they do not know or can see their faces that they are helping out with N250m. Let’s all think; will we call that wickedness or ignorance?
“I tagged the Delta, Rivers and Lagos State government, none of them came to my aid. Is that wickedness or ignorance? But today I am seeing that N250m is going to be distributed to orphanages all over Nigeria. I will advise Nigerians to open their eyes.”