A notable gospel singer named Lanre Teriba has expressed his reverence for Wasiu Ayinde 'K1' In a dramatic way today. Lanre Teriba prostrated In his full regalia to Wasiu Ayinde while he was performing on stage. See the attachment below;
Lanre Teriba made this known today on his Instagram page. He posted a video where he was seen bowing for the popular fuji star. Click on this Link to watch the video.
Lanre Teriba was performing his song titled "I'm back home" on stage when Wasiu Ayinde arrived. The gospel singer left his band to greet the fuji star. After the prostration, he gave the microphone to King Wasiu Ayinde.
Consequently, Wasiu Ayinde who doubles as the Mayegun of Yorubaland sang the Yoruba version of the song before embracing Lanre Teriba.
The "I'm back home" crooner repented from singing secular songs many years ago. Lanre Teriba Is also a seasoned actor In the Yoruba movie Industry.
While some people may find It offensive for a gospel artiste to bow for a fuji artiste, Lanre Teriba saw It as a way of giving respect to the veteran musician.
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