Nigerian singer, Ademola Adefolahan better known as Fireboy has left many in awe of his humility as he broke down over his performance with Ed Sheeran.
The singer made history as the first Afrobeats Artiste to perform at the iconic Wembley Stadium in England.
Ever since his remixed hit song, Peru which he featured British singer, Ed Sheeran in, Fireboy has been going places.
Fireboy who couldn’t believe his luck and record breaking achievement got emotional.
In a video which is going viral, the singer broke down in tears after his performance.
Taking to comment section, Nigerians heaped praises on him for being humble despite his level of fame.
officialequez : Grace
daxtonconsulting : Man is too good
aiphe_ww : Congratulations Nigerian artists are really raising the bars and breaking the barricades. It’s lovely to see
mzjudith : People don’t understand how overwhelming success can be, give him a little privacy let him savor the moment
wrldprincecharming : So happy entertainment industry has nothing to do with the government it would have been dead on arrival
holla_snow : When you look at where you are coming from and how far you’ve come, if na me I go cry and I go enjoy the cry
Kemi Filani news recalls Fireboy DML had stated that fame can mess one up mentally, adding that been famous makes one feel like a god.
Speaking in an interview with Chude Jideonwo, he said: “Fame is like money, it’s like sex. They can get to you and mess you up mentally. They can affect your thoughts and manipulate you into doing things. You feel on top of the world and you just make mistakes. When you are famous, and you make mistakes, you are making mistakes for everyone to see. It’s different from when just a normal person makes a mistake and you can quickly correct them. There are some mistakes that are very costly and I don’t want to make a costly mistake.I am always very careful fame is very dangerous. Fame is powerful, sometimes you feel Iike a god. You are talking to a person and the person is even shaking”.
Asked what he does during his down moments, the YBNL artiste said: “I cry, pray during my down moments”.