The Koko Master, Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo, better known by his stage name D’banj, is back to doing what he knows how to do best – bringing down the roof with his raunchy performance cum drama.
A viral video of the singing sensation, who was spotted ‘aggressively rocking’ a lady while putting up a five-star performance at Obi Cubana’s mum’s burial in Oba, Anambra state, has stirred reactions online last night.
This development is coming less than two months after Banga Lee vowed to have given his life to Christ and become born again.
The singer recently declared at a Christian concert in Abuja that he was born again. He shared the story of how God restored him after he lost his son.
However, it was a different D’banj that turned up in Anambra at Cubana’s occasion.
The popular Afro Pop singer thrilled guests at the party endlessly as he continually churned out his hit songs.
But the moment he started singing his lover’s anthem – fall in love – the beast in him took over as he was momentarily seen rocking a lady who was dancing on stage with him erotically to the admiration of the audience
The video has generated reactions, hilariously though, as many social media users wanted to know what happened to the emotional singer who once announced to the world that he has become born again.
Many of the netizens who took to Instagram queried his claim.
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The first hilarious came from a certain @justgracie_14 who teased, “Dbanj don go collect back the life wey he give Christ o😂😂”.
An Instagram user @dj_eky wrote, “Las las D’banj don commot hand from Heavenly race..”
@heny_horlaa wrote, “I thought dbanj don give hin life to christ😮”
@queenite_collection wrote, “I thought dbanj don turn Born again naa😂😂😂Lori Iro😂😂😂”.
@abiodunosagie1 wrote, “Nor be this one give e life to Christ😂”.
See more reactions below,
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