Chidinma Ekile imparts a lesson, stating, “You can indeed rise by uplifting others” directed at Davido and others


Nigerian singer Chidinma Ekile has shared a thought-provoking message with her extensive followers, challenging the popular catchphrase “We Rise By Lifting Others,” often associated with Davido and others.

Disagreeing with the notion, the gospel singer cautioned against excessive generosity, emphasizing that one can actually fall by lifting others. She urged her fans to set limits on the assistance they provide and not allow guilt trips or manipulation to compel them into financial support.

Chidinma Ekile’s message sparked agreement in the comment section, with many echoing the sentiment that givers need to establish boundaries to avoid being drained or taken advantage of.

This perspective contrasts with Davido’s

Chidinma Ekile says you can fall by lifting others

Taking to the comment section, many concurred with her.

One Ladyque wrote, “Givers need to set limits because takers never get tired of taking

One Its Pretty Oprah wrote, “Exactly, and when you fall those people won’t remember when you helped them, they will only remember the bad things you’ve done

One Sossi Official wrote, “Takers will always take Dem no send your papa

One Amy Shine wrote, “Some people will drain you till you have nothing left. RUN from people who bill too much. They will make you go from grace to grass

One The Real Beth wrote, “Don’t help leeches! Help people with potential!! They’ll see it as an investment. The entitled ones would always drain you

One Ekeson Money wrote, “No be lie oo, gives don dey lack now

One Adeolu Olatomide wrote, “Givers don dey lack. Before Dem use you, use your sense”.

Weeks back, Davido had lamented over the level of ingrate in the world, as he expressed heartbreak over the level of ungratefulness in the industry.

He stated that he has learned his lesson while quoting the popular catchphrase “street no get money”.

This came after his former friend and colleague, Dammy Krane resumed dragging him over an alleged debt from their hit song, Pere.

He claimed that all efforts to reach out to the singer last year, proved abortive, which left him with no choice but to publicly call him out.

Following a public call-out by Nigerian businessman, Abu Salami over an alleged debt Davido owed him, Dammy Krane had appealed to the billionaire musician to pay him his debt for his daughter’s sake, whose school fees need to be paid.

Replying to him, Davido recounted how he housed and fed him in Atlanta when he was homeless and more and Dammy hit back sharing his side of the story.


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