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Burna Boy leaves netizens gushing over childhood photos

Burna Boy, the highly acclaimed Nigerian singer, once more demonstrated his role as the perfect example of a mama’s boy.

In a delightful photograph, the singer commemorated Mother’s Day on May 14th by sharing a charming childhood snapshot. The image captures his mother, Bose Ogulu, holding his hands affectionately as they pose together.

It is widely known that the singer’s mother not only serves as his manager but also acts as his biggest supporter, driving his ambition to achieve global recognition for his music.

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Shine shine bobo of Nigerian breweries

Demonstrating their extraordinary bond, the singer known for “Bank On It” expressed his deep affection for his mother by including a pair of rose flower emojis in his post.

Bose Ogulu, who not only manages his record label, Spaceship but also commands immense respect in the music industry, is celebrated for her determination and relentless commitment to showcasing African culture and Afrobeat music.

Gushing over the photo, netizens took to the comments to react. See some of their reactions:

@janzenweyi: “Shine shine bobo of Nigerian breweries”

@Obi086: “Really a happy day cause if not for Odogwu musics, something entirely different would have happened. Buh thank Jah for Odogwu is here to save us”

@NBA_jiggy: “Giving birth to the greatest artist of all-time ain’t easy”

@qweentemixity: “Mama Dey step down with STAR”

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Why I changed career from football to music – Burna Boy

In another story, the singer opened up about why he left his football dreams behind to pursue music.

During a candid conversation with British-Nigerian media personality, Julie Adenuga, the singer revealed that he was a skilled goalkeeper but didn’t find the position fulfilling.

I love football, I really do,” Burna Boy explained. “But the thing was, I was really good at goalkeeping, and that’s not the most glamorous position on the pitch. I didn’t feel like I was making enough of an impact like I wasn’t really needed. I didn’t want to spend my life feeling that way.”

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