Fireboy DML Speaks Candidly On Music, Fame And “Costly Mistakes”

Fireboy DML, a talented Nigerian musician, shares his perspective on fame by describing it as a powerful and cunning force that can profoundly impact one’s life and career.

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Los Angeles, California – June 26: Fireboy Dml Attends The 2022 Bet Awards At Microsoft Theater On June 26, 2022 In Los Angeles, California. (Photo By Paras Griffin/Getty Images For Bet)

Fireboy DML, the Nigerian musician who recently made waves with his hit song “Peru”, spoke candidly about the pitfalls of fame during an interview with media personality Chude Jideonwo. Fireboy says fame can be as deceptive and dangerous as money and sex. He explained that fame can make someone feel invincible, leading them to believe they can do no wrong. However, this sense of invincibility often leads people to make costly errors that can have far-reaching consequences. Fireboy said he has seen many people become consumed by fame and lose sight of what is truly important. He believes it is important for individuals to stay grounded and remember where they came from, even as they achieve tremendous success.

He said,

“Fame is a fucked up spirit. It’s like money, it’s like sex. Those three things can fxck you up mentally.

They can affect your thoughts. They can manipulate you into doings [that ordinarily you wouldn’t have done. They make you feel on top of the world, then you’ll start making costly mistakes.

And when you are famous and you make mistakes, everyone will see you. It’s not like when you are a normal person that you can quickly correct them. Omo, there are some mistakes that are very costly and I do not want to make costly mistakes.”

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