After successfully filling the 20,000-capacity O2 Arena in London at a recent concert, an excited non-Nigerian lady freely professed her love for Nigerian musician Asake.
Asake, real name Ahmed Ololade, gained notoriety for his outstanding performance at the O2 Arena, which left a lasting effect on spectators. This viral accomplishment has produced a flood of admiration, with many non-Nigerian followers drawn in by his music and theatrical demeanor.
A photo circulating online shows an exuberant white lady standing in front of the O2 Arena, waving a placard proclaiming her love for Asake. Her gesture demonstrates the artist’s capacity to reach out to a diverse and global audience through his songs.
The words, which were written in Yoruba read, “Mo nife re Ahmed” which means “I love you, Ahmed”.
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