In Summary

  • Davido gifts wife Chioma with push gifts worth Ksh. 162 Million
  • The Afrobeats superstar spent the amount on a brand new house and handbags for Chioma after birth to twins
  • She delivered twins a few days ago.

Celebrated Afrobeats superstar Davido is currently enjoying double blessings after he and his dear wife Chioma welcomed their twins just recently.

On October 9th, the couple welcomed a boy and a girl, a year after the death of their son Ifeanyi. The pair then left the hospital on October 13, and chauffer driven in a Bentley to their home in Atlanta, Georgia.

To celebrate this gift to him, Davido has allegedly spent Ksh. 14million to buy handbags for Chioma. The handbags are from a range of designers. He has also bought her a home worth Ksh134 million.

As her ‘Welcome Home’ gift, the Nigerian singer also parted with Ksh.14 million.

The details of the push gift have been revealed by Nigerian journalist Kemi Olunloyo who advised Davido to keep things hush hush to avoid potential security risks.

“This is how it starts. I like Davido’s Push gift for Chioma a mansion in Atlanta worth $900000 after my real estate search of the address. Well furnished and tasteful but videotaping the entire house over there is setting it up for burglaries and danger.

Have we forgotten Popsmoke and the Air B & B location murders? David keep it private. Nooo!!! Not where you sleep at night. Nobody must know that location. Don’t do Ojuorolari.”

The Culture of Push Gifts

A push present (also called a push gift) is a present a partner or family gives to the mother to mark the occasion of her giving birth to their child.

The present may be given before or after the birth, or even in the delivery room.

According to some sources, push gifts are an expectation of moms these days, feeling that they deserve something for bearing the burden for nine months, getting sick and ruining their body while going through the pregnancy journey.

Other sources trace the development of the present to the increased assertiveness of women, allowing them to ask for a present more directly, or the increased involvement of the men in pregnancy, making them more informed of the pain and difficulty of pregnancy and labor.



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