Jude Chukwuka, a Nollywood actor, has thrilled his followers with a video of himself singing to ‘Fierce’, a song by Laycon, one of the housemates in the ongoing Big Brother Naija TV show.

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The now-viral video, which was released on Saturday, comes not long after he made the headlines for singing to Naira Marley’s ‘Mafo’ in a move that earned him N1 million from the controversial musician.

In the nearly 4-minute footage, Chukwuka could be seen dishing out the lyrics of ‘Fierce’ word for word to the delight of Laycon’s fans and music lovers.

Laycon, whose real name is Olamilekan Agbeleshe, is a 26-year-old Lagos-based rapper, who started his musical journey at an early age and has now emerged one of BBNaija’s top stars for 2020.

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Speaking to TheCable Lifestyle on his fondness for hip-hop and contemporary Nigerian songs, Chukwuka had said, “Well, I’m an adult. I enjoy music. I always enjoyed Naira Marley’s songs.

“I started listening to his music after I wondered what it was that made people throng to him the way they do. I saw that he wasn’t as bad as people accused him to be.

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“His type of music really made me happy; I enjoyed it like I do most of these contemporary songs like they do now. I even listen to Davido.

“During this coronavirus lockdown, I thought to vibe to these songs and put them on Instagram. I’ve done a number of them and I do them every Friday. That day, I just did Naira Marley’s Mafo.

“Before I knew it, it went viral. I saw it when he said he owed me N1 million. I reached out and I was told he had the terms and conditions. That’s where I’m now. He’s yet to make good on this.”

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