Ovation Publisher, Dele Momodu says it would be childish of him to respond to the swipes and jibes of singer, Davido.
The veteran journalist and the HKN singer clashed a few months ago over the custody of the latter’s baby, whom the former is an uncle to.
While the rift has been settled, Davido has continued to take subtle swipes at Momodu.
In an interview with Joy TV Ghana, Momodu says he’s unperturbed about the singer’s tantrums.
“I have never responded to any of Davido’s comments, this is the first time I would do that.”
“After ‘Osinachi remix’ video, I called his father… Success is a very tough thing to manage, and your fans can mislead you sometimes.”
“I know that what he is doing is what most artists do all over the world, to sell their record, so you have to create controversy. I don’t think David will see me face-to-face and say I’m his boy. I’m his father.”
“Even the video. That’s what is selling his record, and I’m very comfortable with it. Why will I fight my own child? I can’t fight him. Now, we’re connected together for life through that baby. I can never fight David. He is too small to me.”
“He didn’t call me a thief, he called me a boy. Why should I react to something that’s not true, do I look like anybody’s boy? That would mean I’m childish.”