Asake was my dancer before stardom, says Skiibii

Jul 10, 2023 | Uncategorized


Singer Abbey Toyyib Elias aka Skiibii has claimed the ‘new cat’ and rave of the moment, Asake, used to be his dancer before his musical career skyrocketed.

Skiibii said the ‘sungba’ crooner was living with him during the early days of his career and used to accompany him to perform at shows.

 

He made the revelation while appearing as a guest on the latest episode of the Afrobeats podcast hosted by British-Nigerian media personality, Shopsydoo.

 

The ‘Baddest Boy’ crooner said unknown to many, Asake is a great dancer, adding that he was a theatre performer while studying at Obafemi Awolowo University, OAU, Ife, Osun State.

 

According to him: “I was discussing with someone the other day, he was saying ‘Asake just blew up now, he just entered the star mode.’

 

“Asake used to travel with me to shows. Asake used to stay with me, travel with me to shows and all that. When this guy blew like this, he just entered… I was like, una never see anything, the Asake wey me I know, una never see anything.

 

“Asake went to Obafemi Awolowo University Ife. He can dance. See, that year ehn, if I show you videos on my phone, Asake can dance when he is on stage. That time I just dropped ‘Sensima’ he dey follow me go everywhere na.”

Asake was my dancer before stardom, says Skiibii was last modified: July 6th, 2023 by Online Source

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