You’re truly an African Giant who inspires boys like me – Rema praises Burna Boy

Nigerian music sensation, Divine Ikubor, professionally known as Rema, has showered Grammy Winner, Burna Boy with praises following his latest achievement.

He congratulated Burna who single-handedly sold out and shut down the 80,000 capacity London stadium over the weekend.

Rema said the ‘African Giant’ lived up to his nickname by doing what many people are yet to accomplish and serving as a role model.

The ‘Holiday’ singer said Burna Boy has been an inspiration to the younger ones and he prayed for God o strengthen him to keep being that.

He also described the Afrobeats star as an icon and declared brother love for him.

Rema wrote; “Big Congrats uncle B. You say AFRICAN GIANT and you stand on it. God strengthen you to keep inspiring the boys, True Icon. Love you OG”

In other news, Nigerian gospel singer, Ayobami Adesanya, also known as Seraph’s Praise, has said her father’s status as a cleric does not have any overbearing influence on her life choices.

The lady who is the daughter of a Cherubim and Seraphim pastor, said that she takes his teachings and guidance seriously but he has not put any restrictions on her.

Seraph, who spoke during an interview, said that contrary to what some might think, her father does not disapprove of her decisions, rather he is supportive of the manner she chooses to express herself music-wise.

She said; “My father’s status as a cleric in the Cherubim and Seraphim Church has significantly impacted my life and career. His teachings, guidance and support have been instrumental in shaping me into the person I am today. As a gospel singer, I have always felt supported by my father, and he has never put any restrictions on me in terms of how I express myself musically.”

On what influenced her decision to go into gospel music, she said; “I grew up listening to hymns and spiritual songs from a young age. This deeply influenced my love for gospel music, and I began singing in church at a young age. As I grew older, I became more involved in the church’s music ministry.”