The singer had, before the tragic incident, been promoting the music festival tagged “A.W.A.Y. (Are We African Yet?)” on his social media pages. The festival, which the singer said is to promote and foster cultural exportation and collaboration between Africa and the rest of the world, is slated to hold on November 18, 2022, in Atlanta.
However, following the tragic demise of his 3-year-old son, Ifeanyi, the DMW boss, who has been off social media since the incident, has deleted the event posters that were previously pinned to his page.
He has also deleted his Instagram highlights with international sports brand PUMA, as well as his AWAY festival highlights.
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This comes after the Lagos State Police Command revealed that the autopsy conducted on the corpse of singer Davido’s son, Ifeanyi Adeleke, confirmed that the 3-year-old died as a result of drowning.
The state police public relations officer, Benjamin Hundeyin, made this disclosure in a chat with newsmen.
Hundeyin also revealed that the two suspects arrested in connection with the incident are still in custody.
“The two suspects are still with us. Autopsy has been concluded. The autopsy confirmed that he (Ifeanyi) died by drowning,” he said.
Ifeanyi Adeleke died on Monday, October 31 after he drowned in a swimming pool in his father’s mansion in Banana Island, Lagos state.