- Grammy-winning star Burna Boy recently made an appearance on Amelia Dimoldenberg’s Chicken Shop Date show
- A viral portion of the interview captured the moment Burna expressed his reservation when Amelia mentioned that she doesn’t cook
- Nigerians found the video hilarious, with many people making references to Burna's reaction when the comedian said she can only make toast
Nigerian singer Burna Boy and American comedian Amelia Dimoldenberg have been trending on social media following their interview.
The Twice as Tall singer had made an appearance on Dimoldenberg’s Chicken Shop Date show, and they both spent time talking about their dating preferences.
A viral portion of the interview making the rounds online captured the moment Burna asked his date if she knows how to cook.
Dimoldenberg’s said she couldn’t, and Bunra was quick to mention that it’s a big minus for her on his list.
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When the comedian asked about the type of meal Burna wants, the singer mentioned jollof rice, but Dimoldenberg’s disappointed him, even more, when she said she could only make toast.
Watch the funny clip below:
Social media users react
"Burna's face when she said toast, like "wetin be toast?"
"He said that’s a minus for you."
"Gosh I love this guy."
"@michealthomas8264 @yettyfat4 oyinbo no won cook poundo yam and egusi for our burna."
"Let me laugh it’s monday … don’t try this at home with African man."
Burna Boy teaches 'oyinbo' audience how to sing his song in viral video
Still in a related story about the superstar, Legit.ng gathered the report of a video of singer Burna Boy teaching an audience of mostly white people how to sing his song that caused a stir online.
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In the video, the singer was seen performing his song ‘Last Last’ and had to teach them how to sing the ‘Igbo and Shayo’ part.
Many have hailed the Grammy Award-winner for his uniqueness and the rate at which he has ascended in his music career.