Nigerian superstar, Fireboy DML has reacted on social media platform after a white man sang a cover of his song was his latest album.
Adedamola Adefolahan professionally known as Fireboy DML is a Nigerian singer and songwriter who was born February 5, 1996. He rose to fame after releasing "jealous" in 2019. Fireboy is signed to YBNL Nation which is owned by nigerian rapper Olamide.
He reacted via Instagram after a man who claimed to be a Lebanese-nigerian artist sang his song titled "Airplane mode". The social media user whose name is "Ramzio official" shared the video of him singing "Airplane mode" by Fireboy on his Instagram page.
He posted the video with the caption
"It's been a while since I dropped an Afrobeat cover and 121 weekly, so I felt like working on something new. This week I have done a rendition @fireboydml " Airplane mode. Hope you enjoy. Full video on YouTube. Link in my bio.... don't forget to share, subscribe and click on the bell for notification 🔔🙏"
Fireboy reacted on Ramzio's instagram page by saying
"So beautiful, so so beautiful. Thank you🖤"
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