Pulse.ng logo

Beyonce Dancer who performed with pop star dedicates act to Nigerian girls

Dancer, Diddie Emah who performed with Beyonce at the Coachella Festival dedicates her feat to small girls back home in Nigeria.

  • Published:
play Diddie Emah pictured in blonde hair delivering a dance master class is grateful to Beyonce (YouTube)

Nigerian dancer, Diddie Emah was one of Beyonce's dancers during her Coachella performance, and she dedicates the feat to Nigerian girls.

Diddie Emah, a Nigerian dancer who shared a stage with singer Beyonce at the Coachella Festival over the weekend is grateful for the opportunity given to her by the Queen Bee and dedicated the feat to every Nigerian girl.

The dancer took to her Instagram page to thank Beyoncé for “showing us all how to stop the world”, but more importantly dedicate the feat to all the small girls back in Nigeria telling them that dreams do come true.

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#emo#4oCZ##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

A post shared by Diddi #emo#4oCc##Batonbae#emo#4oCd## Emah (@diddiemah) on


Diddie Emah had performed on the night at one of the biggest music festivals in the world, alongside Beyonce who also honoured Afrobeat legend, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti during her set.

She added in her message that she was proud to be African-American and encouraged the girls to dream big.

ALSO READ: Beyonce pays tribute to Fela at Coachella

The dancer, Diddie Emah had initially gained recognition following her appearance on Beyonce's hit single 'Party' and through her social media pages, she has retained connection with her roots and fans at home.

Do you ever witness news or have a story that should be featured on Pulse Nigeria?
Submit your stories, pictures and videos to us now via WhatsApp: +2349055172167, Social Media @pulsenigeria247: #PulseEyewitness & DM or Email: eyewitness@pulse.ng. More information here.