- Burna Boy is one of the best African musicians considering his records
- Players of Dutch side Ajax were seen dancing to his song titled On the Low
- Ajax are topping the Dutch League table with 79 points after 31 games played so far
Players of Dutch giants Ajax have been spotted celebrating and dancing to the music of Nigerian super musician Burna Boy while walking into the dressing room after their win over FC Emmen.
Ajax players were in great form in their last game against Emmen as they recorded a 4-0 win over the visitors in which three of those goals were scored in the second half.
And after the win, the players were in good mood singing the song titled On the Low even though they were unable to get the wordings very well.
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Burna Boy is one of the best Nigerian musicians considering his achievements since he began his career in the music industry.
Recently, he made Nigerians proud after winning an award at the Grammy.
Meanwhile, Ajax are still topping the Dutch League with 79 points and they have superb chance to win the title at the end of the season.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Obafemi Martin's comparison with Nigerian hip-hop artist Burna Boy is not ready to go away anytime soon as the fans appear to be taking over the battle.
The 29-year-old singer was said to have disrespected the former Super Eagles striker when they met at a popular club in Lagos.
This fracas degenerated into the wealth of both celebrities being valued on the pages of social media in a bid to determine who is superior.
Several social media users concluded that Burna cannot stand side-by-side with the 36-year-old in terms of many as they splashed the images of the football star on social media.
In response to their numerous support for the striker, the Grammy nominee also shot a short clip of his garage of exotic cars with the caption that says 'riding dirty'.
And almost immediately, a fan of the strike quoted the post on Twitter with a picture of the player standing by one of his sports cars, saying 'I'm still clear'.
According to BBC Pidgin, the striker is worth over $25 million with houses in both Lagos and Italy where he spent a major part of his playing career.