- Internet users have gushed over a video of a group of African men singing Davido's hit song 'Fall' aloud in Amsterdam
- Not minding how others looked at them on the public means of transport, the men vibed beautifully to the song
- Many people remarked about their resemblance, while others hailed the men for their high-spiritedness
A video of some African men vibing hard to Nigerian singer Davido's hit song 'Fall' has sent netizens into a frenzy.
In the clip seen on TikTok, the men were all standing on the public means of transport as they enjoyed the song.
One of them played it from an MP3. The men sang along with excitement, not minding the attention they were drawing to themselves.
@telemo_uk who shared the clip wrote that it was made in Amsterdam.
Watch the video below:
People loved the men's high-spiritedness
"Nigeria ppl na M T N oo, every you go, u most see dem, one to my lovely Nigerians..."
"See vibe! chai! naija connect!"
"Are they all looking alike or is it my eyes are paining me."
"If you go to any country in the world and you no meet 9ja ,I beg japa comot o, well done guys."
THE LIONESS said:
"Is it just me or they just look alike."
"Nigeria to the world I’m proud of my country."
Goodluck binna said:
''If these men tell what they're passing through in this country, you will pray for them, but see them happying moving, knowing that there is hope oneday."
"Black's are the happiest people on earth, Greetings from Niaja."
"Naija everywhere you go. Am proud to be a Nigerian."
Over 300 oyinbos do Davido's Unavailable dance in Germany
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that over 300 oyinbos were seen jumping on Davido's Unavailable dance challenge.
A clip seen online that emerged from Germany of a large number of white people dancing and singing Davido's song passionately got many people talking online.
It would be shocking to know that while this clip from Germany was trending online, the internationally revered Afrobeat superstar was in the United States performing at a concert in New York for Juneteenth that was attended by the American Vice President, Kamala Harris.
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