- Nigerian singer Yemi Alade gave an energetic performance alongside Grammy award winner Angelique Kidjo
- Yemi was seen rocking a strange outfit as she shared the stage with Angelique at a show which took place in Amsterdam
- Social media users, while reacting to the video, shared mixed reactions over the kind of outfit she rocked on stage
Nigerian singer and songwriter Yemi Alade is making headlines over her energetic performance on stage alongside Grammy Award winner Angelique Kidjo.
The event, which took place in Amsterdam, saw the two superstars thrilling the audience with some of their collaborations as Yemi showed off some dance steps.
Yemi’s outfit, however, stirred reactions online, leaving many asking what kind of outfit she was rocking.
See the video below:
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Fans react to Yemi Alade’s outfit
Many online users took to the comment section to react to the video as many queried Yemi on the kind of outfit she rocked on stage.
Legit.ng captured some of the reactions, see them below:
"Wetin Yemi wear so????♀️♀️."
"Shay na Octopus aunty Yemi wear ???."
"That dress is irritating snakes or weytin b dat?"
"Yemi alade Dey find Grammy
"Be like Mama been try keep small distance from the dress.I'd be scared too.."
"Is that mama kidjo gown for me ."
"Soon Yemi would start winning Grammy(s) like Angelique and people would say she doesn’t deserve it! Go Yemi ."
"This woman Ebi White people wey dey dominate for her shows."
"Not Yemi Alade thinking PALing with Angelique will fetch her dat Grammy. Nice song though."
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One of the spectacular sides of the video was the way Beyonce sang, as her voice was very different from the typical song style she is known for.
If not for the fact that the song came with a video of Beyonce singing, many would have assumed the song was rendered by popular Nigerian singer Yemi Alade.