The last time Mavado was in Gambia he performed to over 50,000 patrons and last week Dancehall fans rolled out in their numbers once again.
After the show Mavado was so grateful for their continued support, he gave money to kids who waited to see his motorcade.
In a video uploaded to the Gully Gad’s Instagram account, Mavado can be seen giving away money to several kids, “Stop and show some love in Gambia ,” Mavado wrote under the video.
Back in 2017 was given several acres of land in Gambia. The tradition is seen as a gesture of honor gratitude love and respect in the West African country.
The gift was made by Global Properties Gambia Limited, “We saw it fit to say Thank You! and We Love You! to Mr. David Brooks [Mavado],” the company said in a press release. “Over the past 10 years in his musical career Mavado has changed the dancehall sound and inspired many in dancehall and around the world including Gambia to strive for better.”