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Fireboy DML announces plan to crash weddings



Nigerian Afrobeats singer, Adedamola Adefolahan, professionally addressed as Fireboy DML, has revealed the gatecrashing plans he has for this weekend.

The YBNL artiste took to his Twitter on Thursday, May 9 and said he will be showing up uninvited and unannounced to some weddings.

Fireboy DML announces plans to crash weddings

Fireboy seemed to find the idea of gatecrashing weddings exciting and funny as suggested by the laughing emojis he used.

He simply tweeted; “I will be crashing a couple of weddings this weekend. ????”

Social media users were divided while reacting to his statement, as some urged him to have more lofty ambitions while others just found it amusing.

See the post and some comments…

@Officially_Kriz; Damola, come to my wedding on Saturday. I’m getting married because of this

@Mr_Shizzyy; Naso you talk say you go invite your fans come studio, believe a Yoruba man at your own peril.

@Bidal4Life; Ejeh, step up your game. Your mates dey crash 02

@mayor_ekun; I’m getting married this weekend then Make I go find babe

@ugwox1; Should be fun. If I was a celebrity this would be my favourite thing to do.

@adeyinka_adeife; Come Crash mine at Ebinpejo lane , idumota lagos state. Will be expecting , your security is assured

@bigOla_mide; Who wants to get married this weekend so fireboy can crash our wedding???

@cliifforrd; damola! this was not the initial reason why you wanted to become an intentional artiste smh. ????????‍♂️

Meanwhile, in other news…

Nigerian R&B singer, Johnny Drille earlier revealed what he and some colleagues are usually subjected to whenever they are hired to perform at wedding ceremonies.

The Mavin Records artiste said he often signs an agreement with a groom not to misbehave or woo their wives with melodies on the D-Day.

The ‘How Are You’ crooner made this known while responding to a fan who opined that it is risky to invite either Johnny or Chike to perform at wedding.

A lady known as @ucheomar said the reason it is not advisable is because of the possibility of women eloping with the singers.

”Inviting Johnny Drille or Chike to perform at your wedding is so risky. What if the bride elopes with them?” she wrote.

Drille, in a reply via Twitter, said whenever they are hired to perform at a wedding, the client who is often the groom makes them sign agreement to be of good behaviour.

He tweeted; “We usually sign agreements with the client (usually the groom) to be well behaved.”