Nigerian disc jockey and actress, Dorcas Shola Fapson has spoken out on why she played Wizkid’s song at Davido’s concert.

Dorcas came under fire when many trolled her for opening Davido’s concert with his arch enemy, Wizkid’s song.

Recall that Davido held his highly anticipated 02 Arena Concert on Saturday, 5th of March and Dorcas Fapson was the official disc jockey thrilling the crowds.

Responding to the backlash she received, DSF, as she is fondly called affirmed that she would do same for Wizkid by opening his concert with Davido’s song.

She even went as far as saying, Dami Duro would be her opening song for Starboy’s concert.

Explaining why, DSF stated that she can’t open Davido’s concert with his song because it would lose touch and taste.

She said :

“If I was opening Wizkid’s show, the first song I would play is Dami Duro because that what would ginger crowds. I can’t open Davido’s show with his song because he would perform same songs, so it’s going to lose the ginger. Use your sense when you comment on my page”.

She added that’s it okay to be birth Wizkid and Davido fan.

“It’s ok to be 30BG & Starboy fc YOU WILL NOT DIEEEEEEE! I promise you! Support everyone, spread love!”.

She also wrote on her story:

“Na fans dey create stupid beef. Mek all of una gettattttt”.

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Kemi Filani recalls Dorcas said she feels misunderstood in Nigeria. The London born Nigerian actress who has been romantically linked with her colleague, Timini Egbuson made this known as a guest on the Tea with Taymesan podcast.

‘I feel misunderstood, not just in Nigeria, but predominantly in Nigeria for so many reasons. People don’t understand the type of person I am, being an outgoing person, being outspoken. I am very black and white. If I am happy, I am happy. If I am sad, I am sad. I don’t form, I don’t know how to be fake. I like when people are real with me.I appreciate honesty, If I have pissed you off tell me.Don’t smile with me and go and ‘yab’ me behind. I feel like a lot of people do that in Nigeria and I am not like that”.