“Even With Fame, My Mama Still Dey Call Me Make I Come Supply Chairs”: Bella Shmurda Recounts in Funny Video
Popular Nigerian singer Bella show spoke about how his mother was still treating him even after he attained fame
The singer who revealed his mother was into the rental business said she would call him whenever her customers needed chairs and table
Bella Schmurda said he had to tell his mother he is now a star and couldn’t continue doing the rental business
In a recent interview on Echo Room TV, Nigerian singer Akinbiyi Abiola Ahmed, better known as Bella Shmurda, recounted his grass to grace story.
Bella Shmurda spoke on his life before fame as he disclosed he used to help his mother with her rental business .
According to the singer, after he made it to fame, his mum would still call him to go and supply chairs to customers in need of it.
The singer said at some point, he had to tell his mum that he could no longer be delivering chairs and tables as he is now a star.
Bella Shmurda said:
“Even with the video, my mama still dey call me make I come carry chair.”
During the interview, the singer went on to shout out to his mother, describing her as his biggest fan.
See the video:
Funny reactions trail Bella Shmurda’s interview
Many of the singer’s fans took to social media to share some hilarious comments, Legit.ng
captured some of them, see them below:
“Even though I nor hear everything finish, I Sha hear say “Owo tiblow” which means “Mama I done blow so I nor go fit dey carry chair again oo.”
” I had a very good laugh watching this.”
“I talk am…I DON RENT CHAIR N TABLE for una hand dah year .”
BBNaija: Bella Shmurda performs in skirt
The year 2022 has witnessed loads of gender-fluid fashion across the world , and joining that list is popular singer Bella Schmurda.
The Rush crooner was billed to perform at the BBNaija Sunday Live show, and he turned up in quite an interesting garb.
Bella turned up on stage to perform two of his hit songs, dressed in a pleated skirt
. He paired the otherwise feminine item of clothing with a hooded blue jacket that featured spiky embellishments.