- A talented lady impressed social media users when she belted out Beyoncé, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston and Shakira's riffs, among others female US singers
- The beautiful singer named Ayanna nailed the short melodic phrases of her favourite singers and also dropped her own riff towards the end of the clip
- The Shade Room Roommates agreed that she nailed the different riffs and even American singer Tank shared that he enjoyed watching the clip
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A beautiful singer in bantu knots impressed netizens when she belted out different riffs of popular US singers. In the trending clip, the singer impersonates Beyoncé, Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Shakira and Lauryn Hill, among others.
The young woman named Ayanna also showed off her own short melodic phrase while singing her faves' favourite riffs. Taking to Instagram, The Shade Room posted the impressive video of sis doing her thing. The publication captioned the post:
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"Sis better go off! #Roommates, did she nail the riffs of each singer?."
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Roommates took to the comments section and agreed that Ayanna nailed the riffs of each singer. Even R&B singer Tank agreed:
"I love it!!!"
"She gave me chills."
"She even did Shakira. On point I'm impressed."
"I absolutely love this! And come on skin, smile, dimple & bantu knots."
"Oh she nailed that. I love Beyoncé’s one!"
"Shakira got me crying."
"That girl can sang."
"Yeah had to give a like on Lauryn alone."
Lady recreates and drops gospel version of Cardi B's WAP
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Fanny, a Nigerian female content creator has become an internet sensation after she remade American rapper Cardi B's song titled WAP. WAP, released in 2020 and featured Megan Thee Stallion, received widespread criticism due to its explicit nature and sexual message.
Fanny not only did a gospel version of the song, but rapped like the American rapper. She went on to do a video shoot in which she performed the remade version of the song.
In the video shoot she shared on Instagram, netizens noted that she seemed to have a striking voice like Cardi B. Another interesting thing people noted in her remake of the song was that it lacked any sexual-positive message like the criticised original version.
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