8 October 2018

Nigeria: Fans of Burna Boy React to His Electrifying Performance At O2 Concert

Burna Boy literally brought the roof down during his concert at his sold-out "Life On The Outside" tour at the 02 Academy Brixton.

The Nigerian export showed us that he is the real "Ye" as fans who came from all parts purchased tickets to literally sing in place of the artiste.

With this, he joins Madonna, Diana Ross, Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre to sell out the academy.

Fans paid to perform for Burna Boy at his own Show 😍 greatness

pic.twitter.com/MU2pRsKtrn

-- #GiveAGirlChildAPad (@thepamilerin) October 8, 2018

Fans have since the videos surfaced been reacting to the news:

Burna Boy is winning in 2018.

Universal signed him.

Sold out 5,039 capacity in Eventim Apollo.

His Vocals was on Drake's album.

Burna boy sold out 02 Academy Brixton.

Fans won't even allow him sing for them, they're singing for him.

This is fame.

Burna boy don blow. pic.twitter.com/FDa1K6j8Gk

-- AJALA (@UNCLE_AJALA) October 8, 2018

- when Burna Boy said "I can't come & kill myself" the whole of Brixton felt that 🤣🎉👑

-- - S'B✨💗 (@SherriBonks) October 8, 2018

If Burna Boy doesn't come to Canada I STG pic.twitter.com/ZoPArwgBfo

-- ije (@ije_nnamdi) October 8, 2018

Burna Boy is no longer underrated.

Burna Boy is no longer underrated.

Burna Boy is no longer underrated.

Burna Boy is no longer underrated.

Burna Boy is no longer underrated.

Burna Boy is no longer underrated.

Burna Boy is no longer underrated.

-- Ayoe Blacc (@AyoMyk) October 8, 2018

Burna Boy has one of the most solid fan-Base in Nigeria music.

-- Osas Cruz (@OsasCruz) October 8, 2018

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