- Popular Nigerian singer, Seun Kuti and the last son of Afrobeat pioneer, Fela, has shared a fun fact about his father
- Taking to social media, Seun noted that Fela actually gave him frowning lessons because he used to smile too much
- According to Seun, his dad told him that life needed frowning and he seems to have appreciated the lesson
Nigerian musician, Seun Kuti, recently opened up on how his Afrobeat pioneer father, Fela, taught him how to frown.
Seun took to social media via his Instagram stories to share the fun fact of his father giving him frowning lessons.
According to the You Can Run crooner, Fela gave him the lessons after noting that he was always smiling.
Seun added that Fela told him that life needs frowning. The singer also seemed to have taken his dad’s lesson seriously.
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He concluded the post by noting that when he frowns now, nobody can stand his eyes.
In his words:
“Fun fact. My dad used to give me frowning lessons. He said I was always smiling and life needs frowning. Abami. U too much. When I frown now ehn no body fit stand the eyes.”
See a screenshot of his post below:
Seun Kuti replies people dragging him over his post after death of Davido's son
Seun Kuti made headlines over a video he shared in response to the criticisms he faced on social media for not posting about Davido’s son Ifeanyi’s death.
Seun had taken to his Instagram page to mourn other children who had died in the country due to hunger, the same day the report of Ifeanyi’s death went viral.
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The singer said he doesn’t know Davido personally, adding that it would be wrong for his late child to be the first thing he would post about the singer.
Seun stressed that he didn’t ask anyone not to mourn as everyone has their way of mourning.
Speaking on the reason for mourning other kids, Seun said it was also a way of paying tribute to Davido, who once donated massively to orphanages in Nigeria.