Adekunle Gold urged men to take care of themselves, he argued in a tweet that men die younger than women.
Adekunle Almoruf Kosoko, often known as Adekunle Gold or AG Baby, a popular Afrobeats musician and composer, has conveyed a message to men.
Adekunle Gold urged men to take care of themselves in a post on his X account on Tuesday, November 7. Adekunle Gold argued in a tweet that men die younger than women.
The ‘Ogaranya’ singer urged males to focus self-care in order to prevent dying prematurely.
He wrote: “Men, take care of yourself. Grandma plenty pass Grandpa for this world.”
“Went from Ikotun viewing centres to Old Trafford” – Adekunle Gold says after bagging Manchester United deal
Adekunle Kosoko, commonly known as Adekunle Gold, a Nigerian music sensation, has celebrated his ambassadorial partnership with Manchester United by recalling his visits to football viewing centers to watch matches.
The afropop singer wowed the fashion world in a recent campaign for the English Premier League club’s LFSTLR collection, which was created in cooperation with Adidas.
Adekunle wrote on Twitter that he transitioned from watching games in football centers in Ikotun, Lagos state, to being at Old Trafford.
Manchester United has posted a video of the ‘5 Star’ singer showcasing their attire on Twitter (X) with the caption
“Inspired by the game, made for the culture: our LFSTLR range @AdekunleGOLD #MUFC || @adidasFootball”
Reacting, the singer who was exhilarated by the fact that his favourite team was celebrating him urged people to not stop dreaming.
He wrote; “Went from watching the games from viewing centres in Ikotun to being invited to watch at Old Trafford to actually working with and being celebrated by my favourite football club in the world. Wild! By all means, Dream!”