Nigerian female sensational singer Seyi Shay has sparked online reactions after flaunting her bare baby bump at Davido’s concert.

This is coming a few weeks after American singer Rihanna made headlines and got the social media agog after showing off her bare baby bump.

In the short video making the rounds online, Seyi Shay was seen rocking a crop-top, jacket and purple pants while giving a free show of her baby bump.

As expected, some Nigerians gushed over her while others called her Rihanna wannabe as she is obviously trying to be like the American singer.

sonia_oby wrote: Beautiful Nobody should even come for her…Cuz if it’s Rihanna,y’all would be praising her.

lulu.beke1 wrote: Riri wanabe. Y’all better give her same love you gave Rihanna

wefonpoul wrote: Rihanna issa good teacher.. congrats to her

porschechinny wrote: She is beautiful with her bump

Kemi Filani News recalls Seyi Shay, who recently released a 12-track album titled, ‘Big Girl’, in a recent interview opened up on possible collaboration with Tiwa Savage, considering that they are not on good terms.

Shay said, “Let the future come. Our prayers should be that we live to see it (future) in good health. Love and light.”

Seyi Shay also said that healthy competition between music artistes is actually a good thing.

Responding to a question about rivalry between artistes, she said, “Honestly, there would always be rivalry between human beings, not just women. However, I don’t think one should ever let anyone’s progress put hate or envy in one’s heart. There is nothing wrong with a little competition here and there but always remind yourself that what is yours is yours.”

“Growth!” Shay responded when asked what inspired the album’s title, “Big Girl.” I wanted to show everyone the steps I took to get here, as well as everything I had gone through. I also wanted to remind others, particularly women, that they can be their own boss.”
“It was amazing exploring different sounds that I definitely wouldn’t have experienced without my team,” Shay remarked of her album-making experience. It was also fascinating to witness life through the perspective of a normal woman and her pals.”

On why it took her three years to come up with a new album (her last album was in 2018), she said, “(Being out of the industry for) over three years was not intentional. I have always had plans of dropping music as consistently as any other passionate musician would but life happens. In that period (three years), I went through a lot positively and negatively. I met some great people who helped bring life to a deeper side of me. This project gave birth to all that experience. So, we felt this was the best time to show what the journey has been.”