Burna Boy Wears His Chain On Thierry Henry After Champions League Performance
Burna Boy, a Nigerian megastar, raised his career to new heights after performing in the 2023 Champions League Final.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Burna Boy is one of the artists spearheading the worldwide drive of Afrobeats with his fantastic music and remarkable stagecraft, which has earned him international honors and sold-out venues throughout the world.
On the 10th of June. Burna Boy reached new heights in 2023 when he performed in the UEFA Champions League final in Istanbul, Turkey.
Burna Boy performed a collection of his famous songs, including ‘Last Last,’ ‘Its Plenty,’ and ‘For Your Hand,’ before an audience of 80,000 people.
Burna Boy was interviewed after the performance by the CBS quarter of Kate Abdo, Thierry Henry, Jamie Carragher, and Micah Richards.
Burna Boy discussed his songs and the thrill of playing in the Champions League final throughout the conversation. He also said that as a Manchester United supporter, he did not want Manchester City to win the cup.
Burna Boy also decorated Thierry Henry with his chain, one of his longtime ambitions to remember his late buddy Gambo, an Arsenal supporter.
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