“Odogwu dey cry” – Reactions trail emotional moment Burna Boy watched crowd sing his song at London concert (Video)

Grammy winner, Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, better known as Burna Boy was undoubtedly gripped with emotions at the peak of his recent concert in London.

Burna Boy made history on Saturday, 3rd June as the first African artiste to sell out the 80,000-capacity London Stadium.

A video from the concert however captured the moment Burna Boy thrilled the audience with a performance of his hit track, ‘It’s Plenty‘. At a point, Burna Boy stopped and watched the crowd sing the song word for word while seated on a chair set on stage.

The self-acclaimed ‘African Giant‘ who appeared very close to shedding tears (if not shedding already) wiped his eyes with his hands before he continued his performance.

Gushing over the moment, dancer Poco Lee wrote:

“See the look on burna’s face!!!🥰 Proud moments More greatness ODG @burnaboygram 🦍 🏟 🇳🇬🌎#afrobeats 🌎🎉 #BELIEVE!!!!”

Watch the video below:

An observant netizen wrote, “Nothing anybody fit tell me ODG cry for here 😂”.

One classybankz wrote: “I feel like crying”

thestonedbabybwoy wrote: “He almost shed a tear.”

_toyo_concept wrote: “NA WHY DEM DEY CALL AM AFRICAN GIANT 🦍❤️🥳”

mary_buthelezi wrote: “This guy has taken afrobeat and African music to a new height… Nigeria is blessed beyond words 🔥👏👏”

phoenixthe1st wrote: “I want to experience this type of Joy at least once in my life 😭❤️❤️❤️ even more i feel it”

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