My parents aren’t forcing me to do music, Burna Boy’s sister says

BURNA Boy’s younger sister, Nissi Ogulu has dissent the notion that her parents are forcing her into the music scene. In an exclusive chat with The Nation, the 27-year-old singer and artist said her parents are not behind her journey into showbiz. “No, there was no intention behind my journey into this art. My parents […] The post My parents aren’t forcing me to do music, Burna Boy’s sister says appeared first on The Nation Newspaper.

My parents aren’t forcing me to do music, Burna Boy’s sister says

BURNA Boy’s younger sister, Nissi Ogulu has dissent the notion that her parents are forcing her into the music scene.

In an exclusive chat with The Nation, the 27-year-old singer and artist said her parents are not behind her journey into showbiz.

“No, there was no intention behind my journey into this art. My parents are the most liberal people you would meet out of Nigeria, probably,” she said.

Continuing, the ‘Judi’ singer says, “They (her parents) encourage you to do whatever you want to do but the key is to strive to be the best. And I think with all of us, both my siblings and cousins that is the principle that remains in our heads. You can be a barrow pusher but find a way to make sure you have the biggest factory that produces it and be the best one.”

The Mechanical Engineering expert, who recently had her art show themed, ‘Puzzled’ in Lagos, admitted that it is a blessing to be born by Ogulu family.

“It’s a blessing to be born where I was. And I guess it has helped me develop my artistic nature and into what it is today. I’m so fortunate.”

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