Naira Marley reacts as Cameroonian lady tattooed his name on her chest

January 25, 2021
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Popular singer and songwriter, Naira Marley has reacted after a die-hard Cameroonian fan tattooed his name and slogan on her chest.

Naira marley reacts

Naira marley reacts

The singer, who was overwhelmed by the display of love and loyalty by the fan, took to Twitter to share a video of the freshly-inked tattoo.

Naira marley reacts

Naira marley reacts

The lady’s tattoo reads, “Naira Marley NBG No Mannaz Marlians Forever.”

Reacting to the video, the Marlian king was short of words as he was astonished at the Cameroonian lady’s love for him.

He captioned the video, “Oh wooow I’m speechless again.🤦🏽‍♂️❤️Marlian from Cameroon 🇨🇲 ❤️.”

Watch the video below,

In other news, Singer Naira Marley has reacted to some school children being arrested by Amotekun operatives for modelling themselves as him.

In the video which has gone viral, a lady who is supposedly a teacher in the school described the boys as criminals and also disclosed that they were apprehended in a bush.

Reacting to this, Naira Marley expressed his desire to meet the kids and further described their arrest as “child abuse”. He added that the teachers and security operatives with guns need to be arrested.

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