Nigerian Grammy-winning singer, Damini Ogulu also known as Burna Boy, has shared some nuggets about life and the need to succeed.
He said there would be no evidence that someone tried their best in life of they don’t end up being successful.
The self-acclaimed African Giant stated this in a video, adding that such a person would always have to explain themselves if there is no evidence by way of their hardwork yielding fruits.
Burna Boy noted that nobody would believe a person that claims to have worked very hard if they have nothing to show for it.
He went on to suggest that is the reason he and his team are working aggressively hard to make it in the industry.
He said; “For this life, if you no make am, no evidence say you try your best. You go dey explain tire, you go explain, explain, explain, because no evidence say you try your best if you no make am for this life.
No be the one wey we go kpai now, they’ll say oh! he tried his best, how do you know?”
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In other news, Nigerian actress and businesswoman, Caroline Danjuma, has said she would love to reunite with her ex-husband, Musa Danjuma if the opportunity presents itself.
Caroline and her her ex-hubby, Musa Danjuma ended their nine-year-old marriage in 2016.
Speaking on her union in a recent interview with media personality, Innih Emah, the mother-of-three said she is open to return to her ex or find another man to marry.
The 35-year-old said that irreconciliable differences caused the divorce, but she wouldn’t have left her marriage if it happened now that she’s experienced.
Caroline noted that as she matures, all she wants is a man she can build with and that would give her peace of mind.
She said; “They were just some irreconcilable differences that if I was of this age and the experience I have now, I think I would have handled it better. He [Musa] would always be the love of my life. He is the father of my three children. He is the one I said, you know what? this man is worth being my husband. So, yes, he would always remain the love of my life and that would not change.
“I would love to marry again whether it’s my ex-husband or a new amazing man that God sent, I would want to have a family. Yes, I would love to go back to him [my ex-husband] or if God says, this is the man you are going to marry. I just want peace of mind and happiness. As I get older, I just want someone that I can build with and I can have peace of mind with. Peace of mind is more valuable than money.”