Serial entrepreneur Tony Elumelu on Tuesday did a throwback to his visit to the Jamaica residence of reggae legend Bob Marley earlier this year.
He describes it as “that epic time that I visited Bob Marley’s house in Jamaica earlier this year.”
The 55-year-old posted pictures and a video of him singing during a tour of what has since become a museum in Kingston.
He is seen in the video singing Bob Marley’s ‘I Shot the Sheriff’ off-key.
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Throwing back on a #Tuesday to that epic time that I visited Bob Marley’s house in Jamaica earlier this year. To show just how much I really love reggae, swipe right for a surprise lol. . . Guess which #dancehall artiste will be at HH party on Saturday? #TOEWay #bobmarley #Africapitalism #jamaica #afrobeat #reggae
Elumelu had posted a video of him singing during the visit on social media in June.
Back then, he wrote, “Don’t laugh at my voice, I just love #BobMarley #Reggae music so much. I couldn’t resist this in Jamaica last Sunday!”
The chairman of Heirs Holdings, United Bank for Africa (UBA), Transcorp and founder of The Tony Elumelu Foundation does not pass up an opportunity to have fun.
He recently hosted over 3500 youths to the REDTV Rave, an end-of-year party by the online entertainment and lifestyle owned by UBA.
Elumelu also met with the rave making Kupe Boys when they visited Nigeria last month.