- Singer Burna Boy has been given nothing short of a royal welcome following his arrival in Port-Harcourt
- The Grammy-winning artiste is in Rivers state for a homecoming event
- Burna Boy was spotted in a group photograph session with Governor Wike among others
Days after emerging as a Grammy-winning artiste, Nigerian singer, Burna Boy, has returned to pay homage to a place where it all started for him.
The singer recently arrived in Port-Harcourt for a homecoming event to celebrate his milestone and he was given nothing short of a royal welcome.
A video spotted on social media captured the moment Burna Boy and his mother, Bose Ogulu, posed with Rivers governor, Nyesom Wike, for a group photograph.
Check out the video below:
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Fans in the state also trooped out in their numbers to show support for the self-styled African Giant. He was spotted in his motorcade waving to supporters who wouldn’t stop singing his praises.
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Just like fans in the video who hailed the singer, many on social media also had flattering words for Burna Boy.
Read some of the comments sighted online below:
"He deserves this and many more."
"I hail you sir, more to the already success."
"When you are big you are big . No herbalist can stop God."
"pH go hear word."
"The king is here."
"100m in tha pocket my guy."
The singer is expected to hold a concert much later in the day with supporting performances from colleagues like Duncan Mighty, Omah Lay among others.
Some days ago, Legit.ng reported that Burna Boy appreciated his team members in the wake of winning a Grammy. The singer in his appreciation post noted that female runs the world and so they form a greater part of his team.
Burna Boy also penned an appreciation note to his foreign team including P Diddy, Chris Martin, Stormy.
Source: Legit.ng News