“Proud moment” – Adekunle Gold cries profusely after selling out Wembley Arena

Afrobeat singer, Adekunle Almoruf Kosoko, known professionally as Adekunle Gold sobs inconsolably after selling out London’s Wembley Arena.

In a now-viral video, the singer—who recently inspired sickle cell survivors with a touching message—was seen sobbing following his sold-out performance at Wembley Arena with his wife Simi and daughter beside him.

Adekunle Gold
Adekunle Gold

In the background, a man was also audibly praying and thanking God for the singer’s success.

It is worth nothing that In Wembley, London, England, Wembley Arena is an indoor arena adjacent to Wembley Stadium. With 12,500 seats capacity, it is the ninth-largest indoor arena in the UK and the second-largest in London, behind The O2 Arena.

Afrobeat superstar, Burna Boy is the first Nigerian artist to sell out at Wembley Arena.

Check out netizens reactions…

KILLTHEBAT wrote: “The prayer warrior sounds like a hypeman who be that pastor”

MR MONEY said: “Proud moment. Man never stop hustling”

Chude Nnamdi noted: “He’s come a long way”

HRM of Canada asked: “Which kind prayer be that? For 12k capacity? 🌚”

Nafiatonispec stated: “Even hype man Dey make am more emotional”

Mercy reacted: “Awwn we are so proud of him 🤡🤡🤡 you wey no like am”

Majestic BN asserts: “AG is an all time great in my book. Great musician 🚀🚀🚀”