- Content creator, Igbo Wolf, has taken Nigerians in the online community on a trip down memory lane
- Taking to his Twitter page, the comic creator shared an epic throwback video of international singer Beyonce talking about her time in Nigeria
- The much-loved music diva mentioned how it meant a lot to meet her fans and how she felt so much at home during her visit
Not a lot of Nigerians remember that international music star Beyonce Knowles Carter once took a trip down to Nigeria.
Just recently, popular content creator, The Igbo Wolf, took his fans and followers on a trip down memory lane after sharing an old video of the much-loved diva.
The clip captured Beyonce talking about her visit to Nigeria and how she had such a good time in the country.
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Beyonce mentioned how the love from her fans in America cannot compare to that of the fans in Nigeria.
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The Flawless crooner equally stated that the beauty she witnessed made her feel at home during her visit.
In her words:
"When you show that you care enough to go so far away, they appreciate it so much. I’m American and I’m performing here all the time, and I have great fans here but they can’t compare to the fans all the way in Nigeria…and the beauty I saw was just so fascinating. It made me feel at home."
Watch the video below:
Beyonce sings like Yemi Alade in music video
Meanwhile, Legit.ng gathered the report of a video of Beyonce that trended on the Nigerian social media space.
The reason for this is owing to the sound of her voice in the song, which is similar to that of Nigerian singer Yemi Alade.
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The video sparked reactions online, with many Nigerians stressing that international artists are trying to imitate the Afrobeat genre.
One social media user who reacted to the clip wrote:
"Ahn Ahn , Queen Bey Con Dey Sound Like Yemi Alade They sha wan steal our afrobeat."
Another individual wrote:
"If you copy Nigeria or Nigeria style please try they give us credit, or even ft our artists"