According to a video sighted by floky on Yabaleftonline popular Nigerian singer, Dbanj has left many Nigerians asking about his claim of being born again. This is coming after he was seen ‘aggressively rocking’ a lady during his performance at Obi Cubana’s mum’s burial. The video has stirred so many reactions online.
The Nigerian singer who had declared just recently that he is now a born again Christian performed at Obi Cubana’s mum’s burial in Oba, Anambra state last night. In May, while attending a Christian concert with his wife, Dbanj had declared that he wanted to follow Christ.
The video has however stirred reaction online as many Nigerians have queried why he is rocking a lady. We can say the singer was having a blast, he was like every celebrity that had graced the occasion while enjoying himself as well as entertaining his fans that wanted a show.
Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo, better known by his stage name D'banj, is a Nigerian musician, singer, songwriter, and television personality. The 'Tongolo' crooner has become a veteran in the music industry.
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