- Nigerian music star Burna Boy recently received a mindblowing portrait of himself made by a white artist, who happens to be a fan
- According to the artist, the portrait of the Nigerian singer was made of diamonds and crystals, leaving Burna Boy stunned
- Many Nigerian fans of the music star have taken to social media to react to the viral video, with many applauding the artist
There are different levels of fans, and a white artist, who is also a big fan of Nigerian music star Burna Boy has taken things to another dimension.
This comes as a viral video gave a highlight of the moment the fan showed the singer a portrait of him (Burna Boy) made of crystal and diamond.
Burna Boy’s reaction in the video showed he was stunned at how an artist could make a portrait of crystals and diamonds.
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The singer could repeatedly be heard asking how he was able to fix the diamond on the portrait.
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See the video below:
Internet users react
Legit.ng captured some of the reactions, see them below:
"Next level mehn. Price just went up higher."
"Same way i feel about that verse on Sungbalaja. Like how ."
"How did you get the diamonds? Simple question ♂️ Baba Dey ask cos him wan put for you. You Dey speak English."
"That's my second goat, i love him."
"Who go pay for the diamonds??? Unless na lab made."
"Burna boy is one of the biggest artist in the whole world right now fact …"
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Videos of Burna Boy performing at his show in Amsterdam, Netherlands gathered reactions online.
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In one of the videos shared on his Insta stories, the band stopped playing as white people sang along to one of his songs with their camera phones raised.
At this point, Burna Boy stretched his microphone to them to show they have full control of the show and he loves what they are doing.
When the African Giant crooner did his popular gbese moves, people screamed. Before bowing off stage, people sang the chorus of Ye and it was all amazing.