Award-winning Nigerian music video director, Clarence Peters has admitted that he sobbed when Afrobeats and Dancehall musician Burna Boy won a Grammy.


During an interview with the Pulse Podcast Network, Clarence Peters claimed that the historic event brought back happy memories and made him glad.

Recall that Burna Boy, real name Damini Ogulu, won the 2021 Grammy Award for Best Global Music Album for “Twice as Tall.”

Clarence Peters remarked that watching  Burna Boy announced as the winner brought back memories of the legendary broadcasters Kenny Ogungbe and Dayo D1 Adeneye.

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In other news, Nollywood Actor, Okechukwu Joseph has cautioned his industry comrades to stop sleeping with preachers and leaders of religious organizations or face the repercussions of their behavior.

Joseph made this statement in response to the widely circulated rumors that the contentious Apostle Suleman Johnson had an intimate relationship with a number of Nollywood actresses.

He wrote: “I’m not perfect but I’ve done a lot to help people, especially my colleagues understand that life isn’t all about Fame & Glamour. I see no wisdom in living a fake, deceptive life & making those who work hard to earn a living look stupid.

Quit selling your glory for peanuts to these bastards! They’re glory hunters who have sold their souls and glory to the devil. Without your glory they’re finished. It’s called Sex Magick! You have them in Religion, in Politics, in the Corporate world & beyond. I have videos that explain these SEX MAGICK acts on my YT channel @Joseph Okechukwu.

They take your glory, your womb, your life essence, your beauty, your longevity, your sanity and more, and the compensation is some silly toy that you call G-Wagon or Range Rover and some apartment or house somewhere?? Really??!! Work hard and trust in the Lord your God and He will make your ways prosperous. Mercy Lord!”