Adekunle Gold at Wembley Arena

After his first sold-out concert at London’s Wembley Arena, afrobeat musician Adekunle Almoruf Kosoko, known as Adekunle Gold, was overwhelmed with emotion and couldn’t hold back his tears.

In a viral video, Adekunle Gold, who recently delivered a touching speech to sickle cell survivors, cried joyfully with his wife Simi and daughter by his side.

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In the background, a man could be heard praying and thanking God for the singer’s success. Wembley Arena, located in London, England, is an indoor arena next to Wembley Stadium.

With a capacity of 12,500 seats, it is the ninth-largest indoor arena in the UK and the second-largest in London, after The O2 Arena. It’s worth noting that Burna Boy was the first Nigerian artist to sell out Wembley Arena.

Check out netizens reactions…

KILLTHEBAT wrote: “The prayer warrior sounds like a hypeman who be that pastor”

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MR MONEY said: “Proud moment. Man never stop hustling”

Chude Nnamdi noted: “He’s come a long way”

HRM of Canada asked: “Which kind prayer be that? For 12k capacity? 🌚”

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Nafiatonispec stated: “Even hype man Dey make am more emotional”

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