Man Plays Asake’s Joha song, Hawker stands in front & dance without worry
A video of a young man playing one of Asake’s latest hit songs, Joha, in traffic, has stirred massive reactions on TikTok.
As the song filtered out of his car, a hawker who was in front of his vehicle started vibing to the song. The man was excited.
He danced without worries
The hawker kept dancing as the man hyped him through his windscreen. His dance moves got the attention of his co-sellers and they joined him.
People who watched the video said that Asake has become such a viral sensation that thousands of people love him.
Watch the clip below:
mmwtv #asake #asakemusic #yhemolee #traffic #theboys #mrmoney #ololademiasake
At the time of writing this report, the video has over 100 comments and thousands of views.
MAVIC’S TOUCH said:
“Aswears. We never terminate terminator finish hin Don release another one.”
“Happiness no get house ooo.”
“I think say na only seyi be vibez but Aseka na god of vibez.”
“@MIRACLE nah fam asake released too many bangers this year.”
Jimi Sunsets said:
“SMALL ENGINE MY ENGINE BIGGAAAAA.”
“He understood the task. ASAKE giving us.”
“this song has crack in it, 100%.”
Hasado Cairo said:
“Nah Why we dey call ham Portable cause every Banger he drops nah Suitable.”
Girl Leshi said:
“Na these guys sabi dance pass.”
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