Adekunle Gold Gives His Mother A New House For Her 60th Birthday
The singer gave his mother the house papers at the birthday party
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Adekunle Gold, an afrobeats musician, gave his mother Folakemi Kosoko a house as a surprise for her 60th birthday.
The musician planned a low-key birthday party for his mother’s diamond jubilee, which took place on Thursday, March 16, at an unknown location.
As he delivered her the paperwork for her new home during the party, the singer pulled off a masterstroke that left his mother, relatives, and other partygoers dumbfounded.
Adekunle Gold’s expensive birthday gift immediately went viral online after comedian and actress Kie Kie, who was there, tweeted a video of the singer giving his mother the home paperwork. She wrote, “AG bought his mum a gaddemmmmm house!”
Other celebs, including Falz and his wife Simi, were also present at the lavish celebration. ‘Party No Dey Stop,’ the singer’s new single with Zinoleesky, was also played live.
The singer just signed with Universal Music Group-owned Def Jam Records, the country’s largest music label and home to megastars such as Rihanna, Kanye West, and Jay Z.
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