Super Eagles striker Victor Boniface responds to 50 Cent’s tease about Nigerian tour

Victor Boniface Bayer Leverkusen

American rapper, 50-cent, has once being in Nigeria in 2004 for a tour and will be looking to share another time with his Nigerian fans

Nigerian football star Victor Boniface had a light-hearted response to American rapper 50 Cent’s recent social media post hinting at a possible tour in Nigeria, reports.

50 Cent, also known as Curtis James Jackson III, is celebrating the 20th anniversary of his iconic debut album “Get Rich or Die Tryin’” and planning a world tour to commemorate the milestone.

In an Instagram post, 50 Cent mentioned the possibility of bringing his “Final Lap” tour to Nigeria, one of the focus countries for his tour plans.

“The Final Lap tour has to go to Nigeria before it ends. LOL #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi.” he wrote.

Boniface, who currently plays for Bayer Leverkusen, playfully responded to 50 Cent’s comment with three grinning emojis, signaling his amusement or approval of the idea.

50 Cent has previously visited Nigeria in 2004 when he headlined a four-city tour during the Star Mega Jams show.

His potential return to the country for the “Final Lap” tour would likely excite fans who have fond memories of his previous visit.

Meanwhile, the 22-year-old forward is gearing up for action in the German Bundesliga as Bayer Leverkusen faces FC Cologne at the Bay Arena.

After a couple of scoreless matches against Mainz and Molde, Boniface will be eager to make a strong comeback and provide football fans with some thrilling moments on the pitch.