US rapper Nicki Minaj sends message to Davido and Chioma over Ifeanyi’s death


Popular American rapper, Nicki Minaj, recently joined many others to react to the death of Davido and Chioma’s son, Ifeanyi.

Taking to her official Instagram story, the music star shared her deepest condolence with the music star and his partner over the tragedy that hit their family.

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Ifeanyi: US rapper Nicki Minaj sends message to Davido and Chioma over son’s death

Nicki posted a photo of Ifeanyi and accompanied it with a simple message expressing her pain.

She wrote : “My deepest condolences to Chioma and Davido at this time.”


See a screenshot of her post below:


What happened to Davido’s son Ifeanyi?

Young Ifeanyi tragically passed away on November 1, 2022 after drowning in a swimming pool at his residence in the Banana Island, local media outlets report.

Davido, and his fiancé Chioma Rowland were reportedly out at the time – but there were a number of staff members at the house.

Ifeanyi, who was born in 2019, was said to have been submerged underwater before he was spotted by on hand cleaning staff.

Eight workers have been brought in for questioning in connection with the death of the youngster, the Lagos State Police Command said.

6 Domestic Staff Released as Police Detain Davido’s Son’s Nanny, Cook, Moves for Autopsy.

The Police have released six domestic staff working as minders to Ifeanyi Adeleke, the deceased son of Davido and Chioma Rowland.

The released staff were among a total of workers earlier arrested for investigation and questioning following Ifeanyi’s death.

A source said Ifeanyi’s nanny and cook are still being held by the police with plans to call for an autopsy to determine the real cause of the boy’s death.

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