Davido unfollows Isreal DMW on IG after he apologised on his behalf over ‘Jaye Lo’ video

It may seem as though singer, Davido is not happy with his logistics manager, Isreal DMW as he has unfollowed the fellow on Instagram a few hours after he publicly issued an apology to the Muslim community on his behalf.

Recall that the Afrobeats singer had provoked widespread criticism following the controversial music video of his newly signed artiste Logos Olori.

Davido unfollows Isreal DMW on IG after he apologised on his behalf over ‘Jaye Lo’ video

In the short clip for the song titled ‘Jaye Lo’, some men dressed in white Jalabiya could be seen dancing in front of a mosque.

Although Davido took down the video on Monday, some Muslims still demanded a public apology from the singer.

Some youths recently took to the streets of Maiduguri, Borno state capital, to register their displeasure with Davido and set a large banner of the singer on fire.

The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) also called on the Department of State Services (DSS) to probe Davido.

In the wake of the backlash, Isreal took to social media to apologise to the Muslim community on Tuesday.

The singer’s logistic manager said the video was purely for entertainment purposes, adding that they are “sorry for presenting it wrongly”.

“Let me specially apologise to my Muslim brothers and sisters, on the video my oga posted, as a result of him wanting to lift up somebody, which is one of his hubbies,” the now-deleted Instagram post reads.

“It was purely an entertainment effort wrongly presented. Make una no vex. Love you all.”

Although Davido has remained silent on the matter — despite the widespread backlash, however, checks showed that the singer unfollowed his aide on Instagram.

Isreal, on the other hand, is still following Davido on the social media platform.

Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri Wednesday warned Davido not to listen to an atheist like Professor Wole Soyinka who is advising him not to apologize to Muslims who are offended by a music video of one of his signees.

Rising to defend Davido, Nobel Laureate, Wole Soyinka in a statement released, accused former Governor of Kaduna State, Nasir El Rufai of making derogatory comments against Christians in the past but was never asked to apologise.

He also noted that it wasn’t Davido’s music that lynched Deborah Yakubu, a second-year Christian college student who was killed by a mob of Muslim students in Sokoto last year over alleged blasphemy. He averred that he sees no basis for Davido to apologize to Muslim