The Big Brother Naija Shines Your Eyes Reality TV star Angel Agnes Smith recently shared on Instagram the reaction of popular Nigerian singer Adekunle Gold, aka AG Baby. AG Baby's reaction to Angel was about her modern dance moves and was mostly performed with his hit song "High".
Remember, during the Big Brother Naija shine your eyes, Angel was known for certain moves that she continued to use on various occasions outside the home. This made her fans and followers continue the dance moves, especially with the hit song from AG Baby.
This prompted the popular singer to send Angel a message saying that she was really starting a challenge. In his statement, he said, "You really started a challenge".
Angel also replied that he had to shoot the video again because it included her modern dance moves. She also said that she is also a fan of AG Baby and liked the song.
Angel has recently caught the attention of famous Nigerian singers, from Davido to AG Baby. Soon enough, we can see her Feature in a video according to AG Baby's response.
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