“The fear of Buju” – Fans react as Ruger shares video of himself praying for music reasons (Watch)

Nigerian singer, Ruger has set tongues wagging online following a recent post suggesting that he sometimes adopts spiritual approach to certain issues.

The ‘Girlfriend’ crooner took to his Instastories and shared a video of him praying in a bowed down position, with his face touching the floor.

Ruger said the reason he was praying was so that God can show his fans vision in their sleep about when he intends to release new music.

“The fear of Buju” – Fans react as Ruger shares video of himself praying for music reasons (Watch)

He could be seen in the clip bowing down around the dining area as it seemed he was preparing to eat before the recording started.

The singer captioned; “I’m trying to beg God to minister to my fans in their sleep and tell them when I’m releasing new music”.

Mixed reactions greeted his post as some accused him of using God’s name in vain and others said he was doing it because of the superioty battle with colleague, BNXN (formerly Buju).

See the clip below:


In reaction, soundmachinegram__ said; Una go just dey use God take dey play, Wetin dey worry una self

bigsa_mmy01; Ruger nor they use farmers we know the real farmers na😂

florishbaba; Una Dey use God name anyhow sha o

b_o_w_a_d; 30bg won get sleepless night

boyalone07; Anything he like make he do if he like make he enter casket 😂😭 buju is not he’s mate

oluwac001; Na upper loud dey worry like that

amarachi_shuuga; The way i love Ruger ehh, i fit give him bj 10 time’s in a day.

Similarly, popular Afrobeats singer, David Adeleke aka Davido has revealed that he prays before every performance on stage.

The DMW boss opened up in a Forbes article wherein he covered the latest issue of Forbes’ Afrobeats All-Star; Pioneering The New Global Sound.

According to the ”FEM” crooner, his team knows that he does not miss committing his show into the hands of God before mounting the stage.

Davido said he learned a lot from his father, Mr Adedeji Adeleke, particularly with regards to his embrace of Christianity and living a humble life.

The music executive said; “I learned so much from being around my dad, watching him in the office, hearing him on the phone, seeing how he handled life. He’s very humble, principled and a strong Christian. Before I step on any stage, my team knows not to mess with my prayers.”

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