- Kamaru Usman recently defeated Jorge Masvidal to retain his UFC welterweight title
- The Nigerian Nightmare was seen in footage dancing to tunes from Burna Boy’s unreleased track
- Usman admits Burna Boy might not like the idea, but he wants his fans to feel the rhythm
UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman was seen grooving to a Burna Boy's unreleased track days after the fighter defeated Masvidal.
Usman defended his UFC welterweight title at UFC 261 after defeating Jorge Masvidal for a second time.
The Nigerian Nightmare knocked out challenger, Jorge Masvidal, with a strong right cross in the second round to the shock of most fans in Jacksonville, Florida where the fight was staged.
The victory means Kamaru Usman remains unbeaten in UFC as he secured his 18th straight victory.
And days after the feat, he was seen nodding to Burna Boy’s unreleased track as he danced away to the tune of the song.
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“I know say my brother Burna go vex small but I must leak this new song. I go give una small, listen!”
And the self-acclaimed African Giant, Burna Boy, has been in the news lately for his fashion sense which is not contemporary but is in a world of his own.
Oluwaburna as he calls himself is bragging about his fashion and style as he said he is in no league of any other artist in terms of fashion as well as his music.
Kamaru Usman however pocketed $1.5million following his second-round stoppage of Jorge Masvidal at UFC 261.
The Auchi-born fighter also earned a $50,000 performer of the night bonus along with the newly-crowned strawweight champion, Rose Namajunas, who recorded a first-round knock out victory over Zhang Weili.
On the other hand, Masvidal took home a massive £900,000 following his consecutive losses to the Usman.
Gamebred lost the first clash back in 2020 after taking the fight on a six-day notice as it went the distance in five rounds at Fight Island in Abu Dhabi.
UFC 261 had 15,000 fans in attendance at the VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida, the first pay-per-view event since the lockdown started last year March.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Usman posted a video on Facebook as he was exercising his fatherly duties to his only child as they were spotted dancing to Tekno's 'Putting'.
Father and daughter enjoyed the music with a ballet type of dance and had fun which each other while communicating in pidgin English.
The 33-year-old is also a proud father and a loving dad to his daughter Samirah who he cherishes so much.