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I can miss major exam for Burna Boy’s concert- Bella Shmurda

Popular Nigerian singer Abiola Ahmed, professionally known as Bella Shmurda has revealed why he would gladly repeat his school exams for Burna boy’s concert. The…

Popular Nigerian singer Abiola Ahmed, professionally known as Bella Shmurda has revealed why he would gladly repeat his school exams for Burna boy’s concert.

The “newborn Fela” singer made the assertion during a popular discussion programme with on-air personality, Chude Jideonwo, on the WithChude talk show.

According to Bella, he would miss his school exams, knowing that he could always resit the course but cannot attend the concert again.

Bella also asserted that he could get a big label that would be willing to sign him at the event.

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During the interview, the host asked, “Let’s assume that on the day of one of your major exams, it was either exam or a concert with Burna boy, which one would you have chosen?”

Bella replied; “I will go to the concert, that is my passion, I can always redo that exam.

“Even people that are bigger than us, they will go back to school, collect their certificate and do whatever they want with it, but opportunity comes but once.

“E fit be that burna boy show wey I fit see one Big label wey go say this boy, make una hold am.”

Bella’s public support for Burna boy could be described as shocking as several of his fans would think Wizkid is his favorite artiste.

The “So cold” singer is one of the young and most successful artistes in Nigeria who rose to prominence with the release of the song “Vision 2020”, and a follow-up remix that featured Nigeria rapper Olamide.

He is also graduate from Lagos State University.

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