“They grow so fast” – Fans react to adorable video of Adekunle Gold’s daughter, Deja singing his latest song (Watch)
Popular Nigerian singer and songwriter, Adekunle Gold, recently took to social media to share an adorable video of his daughter, Deja, singing his latest song with Zinoleesky.
The video, which was posted on Instagram, quickly went viral and captured the hearts of fans all over the world.
In the video, Deja, who is just over two years old, looks absolutely adorable as she sings the lyrics of her father’s new song, “Party No Dey Stop,” without help.
Deja was singing the popular song as Simi, her mother, could be heard praising and cheering her on.
The proud father of one shared the video alongside an emoji that showed he was emotional.
The video has been widely shared on social media, with fans and celebrities alike expressing their delight at the heartwarming moment.
Watch the video below:
In other news, ace Nigerian comedian Bright Okpocha, professionally known as Basketmouth, has announced his intention to quit comedy in five years.
Speaking in a recent interview, Basketmouth, who has been in the comedy business for over two decades and has performed in several countries across the world, revealed his plan to step away from comedy and focus on other ventures.
He stated that while he has had a successful career in comedy, he wants to start a new journey and experience something new.
“For the past six years I have just been floating, last year I told myself and my team, you know what I am going back to comedy I want to do five years and I am quitting. I am quitting in 5 years.
I have got five years to go to do this and I am done. I will still be cracking jokes but it wouldn’t be a professional thing. So if you see me doing any gig, it is maybe I am doing pro bono but i will not charge anybody to perform again.
I have made enough, I have committed myself to the art enough to take a break or quit. I am now into movies, series, and concert production. I want to experience something new and I want to be remembered for something else other than comedy.” He said.