MOBO Awards: Burna Boy’s mother celebrates him as he wins Best International Act

MOBO Awards: Burna Boy’s mother celebrates him as he wins Best International Act

- Top Nigerian music star, Burna Boy, recently made the country and his team proud for the umpteenth time

- The Twice As Tall star recently won the Best International Act at the recently held MOBO Award

- Burna Boy’s mother and manager, Bose Ogulu, took to social media to celebrate his big win

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Popular Nigerian music star, Burna Boy, is no doubt one of the great entertainment exports from the country. He recently made more people proud after winning a Music Of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards.

The talented singer has no doubt impressed so many people across the world with his unique style of music and he was recognised by winning the Best International Act at the MOBO Awards.

He was nominated in the category alongside Rema, Drake, Megan Thee Stallion, the late Pop Smoke, Lil Baby and more.

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MOBO Awards: Burna Boy’s mother celebrates him as he wins Best International Act
Burna Boy's mother congratulated him for winning big at MOBO Awards. Photos: @thenamix
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The singer’s mother, Bose Ogulu, who also serves as his manager, was also very happy at his win and she took to social media to celebrate the great feat.

Ogulu shared the poster announcing her son as the winner and accompanied it with a congratulatory caption.

She wrote:

“Congratulations to @burnaboygram for winning Best International Act at the @moboawards”

See her post below:

Nice one. Congratulations to Burna.

Another Nigerian star, Wizkid, also had a big win at the MOBO Awards. The Ojuelegba crooner won the award for Best African Act.

Wizkid was the winner of the category which had a competitive lineup of stars like Davido, Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage, Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, etc.

This comes three years after he became the first African artist to have won the BET Award and MOBO Award for Best African Act.

Meanwhile, Wizkid isn't just known for putting out good music, apparently, he is also a man of his words as seen in the life of a young boy, who things took a turn for the better in 2018.

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