Popular dancehall singer, born Dare Fasasin, better known by his stage name as Baba Dee, has called out music star, Davido, for calling the Ovation publisher, Dele Momodu names.
Recall that in a series of his songs, Davido had mentioned Dele Momodu, who is an uncle to his baby mama, Sophia.
The drama started after Momodu in December 2015, revealed that the pop singer was planning to take his daughter, Imade to America without the consent of her mother, Sophia.
Davido had featured on a track called ‘Bahd Baddo Baddest’ by Falz also featuring Olamide where he sang the line “Dele na my boy” in alleged reference to Dele Momodu.
Also, amid the ‘baby-mama’ saga, the pop star called out the publisher on the remix of the song ‘Osinachi.’
As the ‘name-calling drama lingered, the ‘Aye’ crooner had in May, mocked Momodu on Twitter, by saying “nah my boy.”
Baba Dee took to his Facebook page to express his displeasure at the singer, stating that Davido is a shame.
He wrote, “I feel the need to share this since we have become a country that glorifies criminality and celebrate ill acquired wealth.
“If not curbed, it will come back to us full circle.
“I respect Oga Dele Momodu and I will not dare insult him or someone in his generation as a well brought up ‘Yoruba boy.’
“But I must say it is a shame that a kid like Davido does not have any qualms making a statement like ‘Dele na my boy.’
“It sounds like something he heard from his dad visibly mocking Bob Dee after the child trafficking drama with Uncle Dele paring the insult from this juvenile,” the ‘Komole’ crooner added.