“This One Is For All The Small Girls Back Home In Nigeria” – Dancer Who performed With Beyoncé At #Coachella Is Thankful
Emah, a singer, dancer, and entrepreneur, had the spotlight shine on her when she performed as Beyoncé’s choir sang her hit “Party.”
Twirling spirit sticks in the air while dancing, Diddi Emah (from Akwa Ibom, Nigeria, her middle name being Edidiong) was a star on Saturday night.
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
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Dream big and love Africa! #africa