Burna Boy Gifts Designer Belt to White Fan Who Sang His Song Word for Word at Concert in Sweden
- Nigerian music superstar, Burna Boy has showered one of his passionate fans in Sweden a special gift
- The African giant gave a Swedish fan his designer belt after singing along to one of his numerous hit songs
- The fan met up with Burna Boy after the show to receive his gift and Nigerians have reacted to his amazing gesture
Nigerian music superstar, Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu better known as Burna Boy has surprised one of his die-hard fans in Sweden after singing along to one of his hit songs.
The self-acclaimed African giant performed at a concert in Sweden, and one of the white fans vibed to his song, Prey Me, word for word.
Burna Boy met up with the fan after the show and decided to gift him his designer belt as an appreciation for his loyalty.
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The video of Burna meeting up with the young Swedish fan after the show surfaced online and Nigerians can't stop talking about it.
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Watch the video of Burna's performance in Sweden and the fan meeting up with him below:
Nigerians have reacted to Burna Boy's gesture to the Swedish fan.
Legit.ng captured some of their reaction, read below:
"I know his songs word for word too."
"Burna Boy big ooooo. As in em be global star o. Oyinbo sef dey sing em song word for word."
"Una no complete am,Na LV belt not just any Belt."
"Burna Boy real fans are not Nigerians sha I’m the only Nigerian."
That isn’t word for word my G. But burna did well, because the kinda joy in that boy’s heart lasan, can make me give him my Cap if I was there.
"That guy na true fan the belt or autograph is enough for him, While 9ja fans na money they want."
Burna Boy expresses desire to do concert at biggest stadium in UK to help Africa
Legit.ng earlier reported that Burna Boy disclosed his willingness to stage a concert at the biggest stadium in the United Kingdom to raise funds for the African continent.
The singer said he would love the idea to materialise and expected many other superstars to join the movement.
He also believed that the UK government will support the idea because many countries in Africa were British colonies.