- Alex Iwobi ignored the Three Lions of England to play for the Super Eagles of Nigeria in 2016
- The Everton of England forward was recently spotted whining to Davido’s Holy Ground song
- The track which featured Nicki Minaj was part of the A better time album released in 2020
Super Eagles star Alex Iwobi was seen in a clip grooving to Holy Ground by popular Nigerian artiste, Davido, featuring Trinidadian-American rapper Nicki Minaj.
It seems the song is currently the Everton playmaker’s favourite as he sang along while the tune continued to reign in his exotic ride.
Iwobi has been a lover of Nigerian songs as he celebrates with some of the dance styles whenever he scores for Everton.
The Holy Ground track is one of the 16 songs in Davido’s A better time album which he released in the year 2020.
And on getting a collaboration with international rapper, Nicki Minaj, Davido told New York Times journalist Pareles that he simply texted the female rap star on Instagram on a particular night after getting drunk at a club.
The singer spoke about how the song took an unexpected turn after it was released in September just after he returned from his social media hiatus.
Also, UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman was seen grooving to a Burna Boy's unreleased track days after the fighter defeated Masvidal.
Usman defended his UFC welterweight title at UFC 261 after defeating Jorge Masvidal for a second time.
The Nigerian Nightmare knocked out challenger, Jorge Masvidal, with a strong right cross in the second round to the shock of most fans in Jacksonville, Florida where the fight was staged.
And days after the feat, he was seen nodding to Burna Boy’s unreleased track as he danced away to the tune of the song.
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“I know say my brother Burna go vex small but I must leak this new song. I go give una small, listen!”
Legit.ng earlier reported that congratulations are in order for singer Burna Boy's mother Bose Ogulu as she was recently named as one of Billboard's International Power Players in 2021.
The list recognises industry leaders who have achieved success in their respective careers.
Burna's mother was honoured for the co-executive-production, release, and promotion of her son's Twice As Tall album that went on to win a Grammy Award amid a pandemic