In a heartwarming display of compassion, Afrobeat music artist Burna Boy visited the University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital (UPTH), where he generously paid off the medical bills for all patients.

In a video that quickly went viral, the acclaimed “Las Las” the singer was captured leaving the hospital premises amidst a crowd of ecstatic fans, including some visibly thrilled nurses on duty. Witnesses reported that the Grammy-winning artist graciously settled the medical expenses for every individual in the hospital ward, demonstrating his commitment to making a positive impact beyond the realm of music.

The news sparked an outpouring of admiration and gratitude from netizens across various social media platforms, who lauded Burna Boy for his extraordinary act of kindness. Amidst the widespread praise, attention also turned to a particular nurse whose unrestrained excitement upon seeing the singer became a focal point of discussion.

Reflecting on Burna Boy’s gesture, one social media user, Macha, expressed awe at the artist’s genuine warmth, stating, “This is the first time I am seeing such hospitality from Burnaboy. The smile and all, it was so genuine. The girl, of course, couldn’t hold off her excitement.”

The incident prompted comparisons with other celebrities, with SANTORINI remarking, “This is how you give back to the community, Davido should learn from this.” Such sentiments underscored the significance of using one’s platform and resources to effect positive change in society.

However, not all commentary was entirely focused on Burna Boy’s benevolence. Some users took the opportunity to critique his contemporaries, such as Davido, suggesting that they could emulate Burna Boy’s example of altruism. In a pointed remark, user Reverse Truth remarked, “Instead of Davido saving souls like this, he’s collecting ‘sol’ from his poor followers. SAS doctors who are doing horsemanship are running after Burna, who doesn’t even have a BSc. Omo! This life is just about money.”

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