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There Is A Generational Curse In Davido’s Family-  Kemi Olunloyo Spills Fire Over Ifeanyi’s Death

Controversial and acclaimed investigative journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, has alleged that there is a generational curse in Davido’s family.

This is coming on the heels of death of Davido’s son, Ifeanyi Adeleke. 

As reported by RovingNaija, Ifeanyi Adeleke got drowned a few days after his third birthday which was on October 20.

A source close to the family stated, “The boy was inside water for too long and they pulled him out and rushed him to the hospital,” the family source said under anonymity to await an official statement.

He was rushed to Evercare Hospital in Lekki where he was pronounced dead on arrival. It was further gathered that his parents, Davido and Chioma had traveled for a family gathering to Ibadan and had left Ifeanyi with his minders who can’t explain how he entered the pool without being noticed and drowned.

The incident has however prompted Kemi Olunloyo to take to social media and allege that there is a generational curse in the Adeleke family.

According to her, she will launch a docuseries on the numerous deaths and generational curse in the family.

Kemi further alleged that her father told her about Davido’s late uncle, Isiaka Adeleke. She stated that she was friend with Davido’s late mother, Vero Imade Adeleke and she babysat Davido.

She also alleged that only Davido can spiritually break the curse in his family.

She wrote, “Today I’m launching #TheAdelekeCurse TikTok DOCUSERIES based on true life stories my father told me about several years ago. Late Uncle Isiaka was very close to my dad. I was very close to Late VeroImade in ATL, babysat David a few times in my ATL days 1992, 2003. This will be the sequel to my underrated YouTube docuseries #SurvivingDavido.There is a generational curse no one can fully explain BUT I personally believe only DAVIDO can BREAK IT SPIRITUALLY.”

Kemi Olunloyo also shared photos of Davido’s friends and associates who have died.

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