Fans React To Burna Boy Selling Out 21,000-Capacity Arena In Atlanta | SEE
Fans are going wild after the Grammy-award winning singer set another record last night.
Nigerian heavyweight singer, songwriter, and performer, Damini Ogulu, popularly known as Burna Boy, sold-out the largest indoor arena in Atlanta, and the fans can’t stop talking about it.
The Grammy award-winning superstar previously sold out the iconic Madison Square Garden in New York in May 2022, and a few months later, he sold out the 21,000-capacity State Farm Arena with a breath-taking performance, making him the first Nigerian and possibly African to sell out the State Farm Arena.
The event, which was held on July 31 as part of the singer’s “Love, Damini” Summer Tour, saw him give a sizzling performance, rendering energetic performances of songs like “Anybody”, “Location”, “On the Low’, “Kilometer”, “Its Plenty,” “Dangote,” “For My Hand,” and a slew of others.
Taking to social media, fans in sizeable quantities lauded the African Giant for the new feat, with some even comparing him to his colleagues.
See reactions below
Omo, If Burna Boy announce a concert in Afghanistan, he will sell-out.— Prince (@Princebalafama) August 1, 2022
You definitely don't know how filling up arenas work,you only fill up seats,there has to be space at the standing point, learn— Precious balogun (@Preciousbalogu9) August 1, 2022
BURNABOY owns Atlanta, not David! 💨🦍— shoffigreaze (@shoffigreaze) August 1, 2022
Burna Boy has sold out an Atlanta arena, love to see the african gian winning— The Life of 🅿️eezy (@ThisIsSaleni) August 1, 2022
Obo wey dey form atlanta boy never headline talk less of shutting down state farm arena🤣🤣burna PH boy don do am..odogwu u bad file fun burna🔥🔥🔥— olasunkanmi (@olusukeey) August 1, 2022
I love @burnaboy but the Atlanta show wasn’t worth the money. Nigga was like 2 hours late. 🙄— Tikki (@Faceless_TMZ) August 1, 2022
Everybody in Atlanta is at the Burna Boy concert and I am sick!! SICK!!— praux haux. (@thiicktoo) August 1, 2022
Nah man. @burnaboy came to Atlanta and had a historic night at State Farm Arena. You owe us nothing. Wow.— Ukan (@UkanDenali) August 1, 2022