Burna boy hands out food items
Burna boy hands out food items to the needy

How Burna Boy Put Smiles On The Faces of Many In Port Harcourt

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Nigerian singer,  Burna Boy, was the toast of many in his Childhood Neighbourhood, Port Harcourt recently, after he distributed food stuff to the down trodden in the community.

In a typical act of walking the talk, at a time when lamentation over hunger and hardship has hit an all-time high, Burna Boy stormed the Trans Amadi area with a truck load of food items, personally handing them over to the elderly, the needy and all who approached him for assistance.

Several photographs and videos on social media show appreciative recipients, carting away what to them looks like lifeline, at the time when costs of commodities have gone beyond the reach of the average man on the street.

A delighted eye witness, in reaction, said; “No be to dey cho cho cho, show evidence.” Burna Boy proved he is a man of the people during his recent visit to his hometown, Port Harcourt”

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Working with his team of project outreach, Burna Boy, whose music cuts across Afro beats, reggae, pop and dancehall, some say may not have chosen a better time to touch lives than now.

His act of compassion did not go unnoticed, as many in the area and beyond, commended his act of  kindness.

Recall that in In November last year, Burna Boy  was nominated for four Grammy awards, making him the most nominated Nigerian artist in Grammy history, with ten total career nominations and the first Nigerian to have nominations in five consecutive years, from 2019 to 2023.

He was named as 2023 most streamed Sub-saharan African artists globally on Spotify, making it his second year in a row. While congratulating African artists for their Grammy nominations, The Recording Academy, described Burna Boy as the biggest artist in Africa.

One of his hits “Sittin’ on Top of the World” received a nomination for Best Melodic Rap Performance at the 66th Annual Grammy Awards. Burna Boy performed the song at the ceremony on 4th February, 2024, alongside Brandy and 21 Savage.

 

 

 

 

 

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Julius Okorie is Chief Sports and Entertainment Correspondent for Prime Business Africa. He began his journalism career with the Champion Newspaper and Sporting Champion and later moved on to Daily Independent and the Nation Newspapers. Okorie joined Prime Business Africa in 2024 bringing on board 20 years of experience in writing investigative news on Sports and Entertainment. His well researched and highly informative articles on Sports Business and general entertainment are followed by a wide range of audience.

Julius Okorie is Chief Sports and Entertainment Correspondent for Prime Business Africa. He began his journalism career with the Champion Newspaper and Sporting Champion and later moved on to Daily Independent and the Nation Newspapers. Okorie joined Prime Business Africa in 2024 bringing on board 20 years of experience in writing investigative news on Sports and Entertainment. His well researched and highly informative articles on Sports Business and general entertainment are followed by a wide range of audience.

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