Bose Ogulu, stole the spotlight at the singer’s recently sold out concert in Paris
She wowed thousands of Paris fans as she addressed them in French at his recent concert.
Bose Ogulu, the mother of singer, Burna Boy has wowed thousands of Paris fans as she addressed them in French at his recent concert.
Bose Ogulu, stole the spotlight at the singer’s recently sold out concert in Paris. Taking to the stage, Bose had addressed his fans fluently in French.
The fans who were surprised at her fluent use of their language, screamed in delight.
In a recent news Bose Ogulu, in a chat with TV host Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, had revealed how she managed her son, Burna Boy, as a form of sacrifice and not ambition.
The businesswoman managed Burna’s career at the initial growth stage in 2014 and dropped because she had kids to raise, which came with a lot of responsibility.
“Burna Boy started in 2010 from Port Harcourt. Even before he took the name, he asked me to manage him. So, I’ve always managed him. It just wasn’t a full-time thing because I was raising kids and had bills to pay,”.
“He couldn’t pay me so I had to do my work. I signed the first deal on his behalf; handled most of his bookings. I’ve always been there but I hadn’t been involved in the day-to-day [tasks]. He was with the label; they had a road manager”, She said.
However, she fully resumed her managerial position in 2017 and has collected several awards for the African Giant, which earned her the nickname “Mama Burna.”
“And he seemed on top of things. So I was just managing him and protecting his interest. I think I went full-time in 2017 because it just became evident that the day-to-day and other things I wasn’t handling were not going as well.
“And I had more time, fewer kids going to school that I had to pay bills for. And his business could evidently grow to pay me. It was a question of, ‘this guy is honestly the most talented person I’ve met in the last decade or more.”
According to Mama Burna, she came to manage him as a form of sacrifice, but not for the aim of becoming a manager.
“For me, I came to manage him as a form of sacrifice, not ambition. And it’s gratifying to know that it’s become work that I love and can come up to become a legacy. What’s next for me? I look to keep doing what I’m doing.”, She concluded.