- Singer Burna Boy and his British lover Stefflon Don are still waxing strong in love
- The two appear to be spending the holidays in Ghana
- A recent video captured the UK rapper riding a horse while her beau watched in awe
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Nigerian singer Damini Ogulu aka Burna Boy and his lover Stefflon Don have risen above speculations that all may not be well in their relationship.
Contrary to reports on social media, the two were recently sighted vacationing in Ghana and it is evident that things are very much in place with their relationship.
In a video spotted on Instagram, the British rapper who has now become a frequent visitor in Africa was spotted riding a horse on the beach.
Stefflon was seated atop the horse as a guard pulled the reins. Burna Boy was also heard gushing over his woman.
"See my sweet, see my sweetie," the music star said.
Another portion of the video captured Burna ahead of the horse carrying his dearly beloved woman. Stefflon, on the other hand, was seen making playful gestures for the camera.
Watch the cute video below:
Read what fans had to say about the video below:
"Very sweet love."
"Love to see ittt."
"I sha love love ...see me smiling."
"Is Burna boy scared of the horse? Normally he's the one that should hold the ropes na, maybe he has horse allergies, see how far he's walking ahead of them chaiiii."
"Chai this people dey enjoy, we dey here dey burn data argue like fool idiots."
Recall that some weeks ago, YEN.com.gh reported that the two-time Grammy-nominated singer made trends on social media for being involved in a love triangle.
A lady identified as Jopearl claimed to have been with the singer for two years and that she was tired of keeping it a secret due to her mental state.
Jopearl shared a series of videos on Instagram in which she poured out her heart.
However, a few days after talking the lady returned noting that there are times when it is better to remain silent.
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