- Nigerian singer Iyanya is grateful for the gift of celebrating his birthday at a time the world is grappling with a pandemic
- The kukere crooner took to Instagram to announce that he clocked a new age
- The superstar urged people to stay safe and also always lend a helping hand to the less privileged around them
Nigerian artiste Iyanya clocked a year older on November 1, 2020, and just like most of his colleagues, he took to social media to celebrate.
The singer also shared how the birthday celebrations went down exactly.
Iyanya decided to spend his special day with kids on the street. In the post which he shared on Instagram, he disclosed how he went to the mall to get snacks and other foodstuffs to share with the kids.
He was later seen in their midst as they sang the happy birthday song for him. They had fun as they danced and sang. Some women around also joined in the celebration as they danced and prayed for him.
Iyanya stated that he was thankful he still got to celebrate his birthday with amazing people regardless of the times we were in.
He also urged people to lend a helping hand to people around them who did not have as much.
Here’s what he said:
"I’m so thankful that regardless of the times we are in, I still got to celebrate my birthday with some of the most amazing people. The day started off with me visiting the sweetest kids to put a smile on their faces and they made me happy as well. Thanks to everyone who took out time to wish me a happy birthday. I urge us all to stay safe and lend a helping hand to those around us who do not have as much as we do."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Iyanya talked about his music career and said that Don Jazzy helped him a lot.
In an interview with Bolanle Olukanni of the Juice on Ndani TV, the singer was very candid about his career, what he thought about musicians in Nigeria, and about his relationship with Don Jazzy.
According to him, he never signed with Mavin records legally. He explained that he signed with Temple Music because of his vision and dream.
Iyanya also revealed that he co-owned Made Men with Ubi Franklin, but later realised that his name was not in any of the forms he had signed.
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