Davido reacts as fans criticize his verse in ‘Twe Twe’ remix

There was uproar from fans on the Internet after afrobeats star Kizz Daniel released the remix of his hit song ‘ Twe Twe’ with a new verse from Davido.

Davido’s verse attracted criticisms from some listeners. While some listeners enjoyed the verse, others criticized its quality.

Davido reacts as fans criticize his verse in 'Twe Twe' remix,
Twe TWe remix cover art

Davido took to X (formally twitter) to brag about his verse by saying that the verse does not need to grow on listeners.

” We no Dey do ‘ it grow on u ‘ for here,” Davido said on his official X handle.

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Twe Twe Remix Video

Controversial Twitter critic, Daniel Regha Reacts to Twe Twe Remix

Controversial Twitter critic, Daniel Regha has reacted to Twe Twe remix. Regha described the song as terrible, and that Davido made it worse by making a verse for it.

In a post on his X handle, he wrote; “Twe Twe” by Kizz Daniel is a terrib!e song, but Davido’s verse on the remix is w¤rse; He did a bunch of po!ntless rhymes, like complimenting a lady’s body by calling it a natural disaster (Your body looking like a tsunami), or another awful! line.

“Make a man go keke na pe pe”. Lyrically speaking the song is below m!d. It’s a 1/10 thanks to the beats. No offense.”

Twe Twe Tops Charts

Davido reacts as fans criticize his verse in 'Twe Twe' remix,
Kizz Daniel and Davido

Since its official release on  December 12, 2023, ‘Twe Twe’ has gone on to top charts in Nigeria. It became the number-one song on the radio and the most streamed song on Youtube.

The remix looks to beat that record and crown Kiss Daniel and Davido as the unbeatable stars of afrobeats. The remix infuses the dynamic energy and distinct styles of both artists. .

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