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Diddy Grooves With Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage On IG Live, Promises To Organize Show In Nigeria [Video]

Burna Boy told Diddy that Nigerian government didn’t give citizens no relief package or anything.

Diddy Grooves With Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage On IG Live, Promises To Organize Show In Nigeria [Video] 1

Popular American rapper, P. Diddy held an Instagram Live session on Sunday afternoon where he had fun with many celebrities from around the globe.

Among the many guests who joined the Hip hop mogul on his live stream were Nigeria’s very own singers, Tiwa Savage and Burna boy.

During the IG Live with Burna Boy, the American rapper asked about the situation in Nigeria amidst the coronavirus lockdown. Burna Boy said:

“Reporting live from Lagos Nigeria, right now we just saw a lockdown like anyone else in the world but the only differences is our lockdown doesn’t come with any benefits or any receive packages.

“With our minorities, who deal from hand to mouth, Is like we work today, eat today and tomorrow takes care of itself. We just trying to find ways to make things better for everyone around us even though it is not our job and we are not the government”.

Diddy and Burna boy even danced to the Nigerian singer’s two single “Killin them” and “Odogwu”.

During a chat with Tiwa Savage and her son Jamil, the rapper promised to come to Nigeria, Africa, as soon as possible bringing American artists with him. Diddy said:

“I will coming as soon as possible to come hit africa up with the vibration and have a homecoming. And am gonna bring all of the artiste with me from America and we gonna bring all the artiste from africa, we gonna merge up and celebrate in unity and realise the worldwide global power that we had.”

Some other celebrities who joined in the fundraising dance campaign on his live stream were Jennifer Lopez, DJ Khaled and Kelly Rowland. The second part of the live session would include – Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber and Mariah Carey.

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