Bridget Bema, a little girl who went viral a few weeks ago after a video of her at school surfaced online, talked about how she feels about her newfound fame.
Comedian Kenyan girl, Bridget Bema, whose video went viral a few weeks ago and has been a topic of interest for days, talked about her newfound fame.
In a recent interview with BBC pidgin, Bridget Bema said she was honored to be a famous personality in Nigeria. She also expressed her gratitude to Nigerians, Ghanaians and Kenyans for the love shown to her.
When asked what she wanted to be in the future, the 9-year-old said she wanted to become a pilot, so she could fly from Nairobi, Kenya, to other countries, listing Nigeria and America as her main destinations.
Recall that after her video went viral, Nigerian folk music executive Don Jazzy tweeted about her. In the interview, the third grade student was asked how she felt about Donjazzy showing her support.
Bridget Bema has revealed that she loves Don Jazzy and his music. According to her, her best song by the artist is “Collabo” and she also did a short free style of the song.
The young woman, contrary to her role in the viral video, advised her schoolmates to be obedient to their teachers and to tackle their studies.
Watch the video below:
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