Lady falls to the floor as her favourite gospel singer shows up on her birthday (Watch video)

A Nigerian lady was taken by susprise when her favourite gospel musician, Ajoke Praise was invited to perform for her in celebration of her birthday.

In a video which is circulating on social media, the birthday girl could be seen stepping out of the bedroom into the living room where the artiste who is visibly pregnant, was waiting to serenade her.

The moment Ajoke started singing, the young lady screamed in excitement and immediately went haywire. She fell to the floor and rolled on the ground while everyone watched in amazement.

She could not contain her excitement which propelled her to keep screaming her lungs out and falling to the ground occasionally even as Ajoke tried to get her to calm down so that she could perform her songs.

The moment was so emotional for the birthday girl that she eventually broke down in tears while Ajoke sang beautifully.

Watch the video below:

the_lady__architect; Ni Kinni she don use shout spoil the moment

comedian_aboki44; Na this kind Joy I wan get when God finally answer my prayers 😂😂😂

_pretty.__angel; At first, I thought they were conducting deliverance for her😒😂

justbeing_lovely; This is lovely ❤️but stay one place na make u no go give her backflip and she pregnant oh 😮

chinomso___; I don’t even knw if there is anybody that will Mk me shout like this in this life oo…okay Mayb if my dead father shows up sha I fit faint but no be to shout con giv my sef headache Abeg.

Meanwhile in another news..

Ace Nigerian songstress, Simisola Kosoko also known as Simi, has revealed that she used to be a gospel artiste, but she dumped the genre due to low performance pay.

She said that whenever she goes to churches to sing, she would receive as low as N5,000-10,000 and the highest she was ever paid then was N70,000.

Simi made this disclosure this while appearing as a guest on MTV Base Africa’s Official Naija Top 10 programme.

The ‘Smile For Me’ singer revealed that at some point she stopped singing because she wasn’t making enough money from gospel music to pay for studio sections and song promotions. She also said lack of finances, made her accept a deal with a record label that she regretted signing till today.

Simi said; “I actually used to go to a lot of churches to perform. They will pay me like N5k, N10k. Do you know the highest amount of money I actually collected when I was doing gospel [music]? N70,000. And I felt like I had arrived. I still paid a 10 per cent tithe from the money.”