Nigeria music star Burna Boy is still celebrating his achievement at the just concluded 63rd Grammy Award show as he feeds over 300 families in Rivers State.
Burna Boy has been trending on social media ever since he received the award and he has decided to give back to society.
According to a post shared by AfricaFactsZone on Twitter, the Twice as Tall singer had foodstuff packs distributed to over 300 families in the Kono, Khana Local Government Area in the state.
From photos sighted on social media, the foodstuff packs contained items like rice, garri, beans, a bottle of palm oil among other things.
This is coming just days after the Rives State Governor hosted Burna Boy at the state capital in a homecoming concert attended by top personalities.
See pictures of the foodstuffs gifted out below:
Burna Boy provided food packs for over 300 families in Kono, Khana Local Government, Rivers State to celebrate his Grammy win. pic.twitter.com/SZV9CYNc5K
— Africa Facts Zone (@AfricaFactsZone) March 28, 2021