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AFRIMA: Seyi Shay falls on stage while singing Yolo Yolo

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Nigerian singer Seyi Shay fell on stage while performing her hit track, ‘YOLO YOLO’ on Sunday at the AFRIMA 2017 event held at the Eko Hotel Convention Centre, Lagos. The accident occurred while the 31-year-old singer was dancing barefooted on the stage. From the video of the fall, which has since gone viral online, the […]
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