- A Nigerian woman got social media talking with the great support she is giving her son who is into music
- The woman could be seen in a heartwarming video singing to a song in the artiste's EP
- Both mother and son danced joyfully to the song as it blared from a speaker
A Nigerian woman has further proven that motherly love can never be compared with anything the world has to offer.
In a video on social media, the woman could be seen enjoying her son's music as they both sang along and danced to it.
The upcoming artiste identified as Star Prince shared the video on his Instagram page and promised to "pull up" for his mother in 2021.
"Happy moment with my mum when I paid her a visit . She loves my new song #PullUp so much, from #5Fingerz ep. Mama no worry this year I go pull up for you."
The video was re-shared by @ijeomadaisy, who wrote:
"Unusual love between mother and son....most Nigerian parents don't support their children’s music ambition but for @Starprince.singz it's different. His mother prayed for him on mother's day and now sings to every rhyme off his lead single #PullUp out of the, #5Fingerz EP. Good to bond with our mothers."
Social media users were soon in the comment section of the post sharing their thoughts.
"U will pull up and tell her in Jesus name Amen. God has heard you."
"No other love than the mothers love so beautiful."
"After nah one girl from no where will come and tell him that his mum is a witch that she doesn’t want his progress."
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In other news, Nigerian artiste Teni reacted to a statement by a Nigerian lady over her new album.
Teni recently released an album titled Wondaland which is generating mixed reactions from music lovers in the country.
The lady with the Twitter handle @_maleficient had on Friday, March 19, faulted the singer for having 17 tracks on her album, saying it's only artistes with a massive fanbase that should try such.
Reacting to the tweet, Teni asked the lady to return the money she collected for tweeting such.
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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