90 Day Fiancé's Usman responds to claims he's not famous in Nigeria

90 Day Fiancé cast member Usman "Sojaboy" Umar has responded to claims that he is not a superstar in the Nigerian music scene, as he often implies.

90 Day Fiancé crew member Usman "Sojaboy" Umar, who has always insisted that he is a famous rapper in his country, once again spoke out to clarify the facts. Usman was first introduced to fans on 90 Days Fiancé: Before 90 Days Season 4, he claimed to be a famous Nigerian rapper. His popularity in the industry is evident as fans see his fame become a major issue in the relationships he focuses on on the show.

90 Day Fiancé star Usman's musical career and his international fame are still widely discussed, from both perspectives. Usman recently retweeted a screenshot of a Facebook post about his popularity in Africa. "Well, I just want to tell you that I live in Africa and Usman is not a celebrity," wrote a comment from a fan who allegedly lives in Africa. Another Instagram account shared the screenshot and tagged Usman in it. Sman, to make sure he saw it. Not surprisingly, he had something to say about it. Usman shared the comment on his Instagram Story, captioning: "I'm not but you know me thank you celeb lol." He apparently is Amused by the claim, this isn't the first time 90 Day Fiancé fans have seen Usman defend himself on the matter.

Usman's Music Career Has Gotten In The Way Of His 90 Day Fiancé Relationships

90 days ago, fans couldn't get enough of Usman's first relationship. Usman and his then-fiancé, "Baby Girl" Lisa Hamm, quickly gained attention for Lisa's frequent profanity. Lisa, a small Pennsylvania town, and Nigerian rapper Usman first started chatting via Facebook after being introduced by a mutual friend. Their virtual relationship lasted two years before meeting. The pair's quick split wasn't surprising, as the pair often struggled with trust issues (mostly due to his large female following), a staggering 22-year age gap and cultural differences.

Usman and Lisa publicly separated the same year the season premiered, but 90 Day Fiancé fans are reassured by their decision. What seems to bother Usman most is how it affects his music career. Lisa initially seemed drawn to his celebrity status in Nigeria, but the vitriol and constant attention he received was one of their major struggles. Usman was too focused on his music career to allow his relationships to interfere. he, Like most, is looking for a partner who encourages and supports his passions.

While his 90 Day Fiancé tour did not end happily with Lisa, Usman did gain something. Whether he's playing a sold-out show in Nigeria, or Facebook users' claims are accurate, he's undeniably gaining international attention from shows. What more could an aspiring music artist ask for? Usman's devotion to the music business is one thing that cannot be denied. Usman admits he's not as famous as he appears to be, but if the man is a thing, that's for sure. If he is not already famous in Nigeria, many fans believe he will get there.

MORE: 90 Day Fiancé: Photos of Kim Menzies' Revenge Makeover After Usman Split

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