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Chioma Adeleke Stands by Davido at Iconic US Concert Amid Cheating Rumors

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Prince Jean

Apr 18, 2024

Madison Square Garden Concert

Amidst the whirlwind of infidelity rumors enveloping Nigerian music sensation Davido, Chioma Adeleke stands resolute. Photo: gistreet

Amid rumors of infidelity, Chioma Adeleke showcased her unwavering support for her husband, Nigerian music star Davido, at his recent U.S. concert. Despite the swirling controversy, she was prominently present, cheering him on at a milestone event in his career. The concert, held at New York City's Madison Square Garden on April 17, 2024, was a sold-out performance, marking a significant achievement for Davido as he joins the ranks of Afrobeats artists who have graced this legendary venue.

The event took place against the backdrop of recent allegations linked to Davido, fueled by provocative images and videos circulating online. An American model known by the pseudonym Gorgeousdoll (real name Kourtney) has been at the center of these rumors, discussing her involvement with the singer. Despite this, Chioma's presence at the concert was a public display of solidarity, signaling her commitment and resilience amidst the ongoing media speculation.

Chioma's demeanor at the concert, actively participating and enjoying the music, highlighted her ability to rise above the gossip, reinforcing the couple's strong relationship in challenging times. As Davido continues to ascend in the music world, Chioma remains a steadfast partner, demonstrating that personal controversies have not weakened their union.

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