The overwhelming buzz around Beyonce’s iconic Coachella performance may have caused many to not take note of Diddi Emah; Nigerian dancer who graced the stage in the course of Beyonce’s 2-hour-long set.
Emah is an entrepreneur, dancer, and singer from Akwa Ibom state in Southern Nigeria. She mounted the Coachella stage and thrilled the audience with twirling sticks as Beyonce’s choir sang her 2011 hit “Party”.
Emah shared a clip of her Coachella performance with a message of gratitude to Beyonce for giving her the opportunity to perform. She also ensured to send love to her Nigerian sister’s back home.
God bless you @beyonce!!! @jaquelknight would I have done without you? This one is for all the small girls in villages back home in Nigeria. God is alive and kicking! Dream as big as you can-and then believe it! Thank you for all the support. To perform behind the first black woman to SLAY the stage at Coachella-to slay the world. All hail the QUEEN @beyonce . She is a true masterpiece. IVE NEVER WATCH SOMEONE WORK THAT HARD Let alone a woman do it all- have her empire and family and move with so much grace. Thanks for showing us all how to STOP THE WORLD. Thank you to all the Historical Black Colleges-you made this possible. I’m so proud to be African and American. #GIRLPOWER #blackgirlsrock #batonbae #baton #diddiemah #batontwirler #twirlerbae #solo #hbcu #blackisbeautiful #BALMAIN AND ALL WHITE #huraches #beyonce #coachella #beychella #2018 #dream #dreambig 🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬 Dream big and love Africa! #africa
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