Joeboy’s Unconventional Spiritual Practice: Conversations with Plants in His Room

Joeboy’s Unconventional Spiritual Practice: Conversations with Plants in His Room

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Nigerian artist Joseph Akinfenwa Donus, better known by his stage name Joeboy, has unveiled a unique aspect of his life that revolves around spirituality and his deep connection with plants.

The renowned musician, famous for his hit track “Baby,” has opened up about how he utilizes the presence of plants in his living space as a means of communication.

During his appearance as a guest on the Zero Conditions podcast, Joeboy delved into this unconventional practice and underscored the profound role spirituality plays in his life.

He emphasized the significance of establishing a robust spiritual foundation, whether achieved through prayer or alternative methods.

Joeboy divulged that he personally cares for four plants that inhabit his room, shedding light on his affinity for nature and shedding insight into the inspiration behind his tree tattoos.

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He affectionately named these plants Anthony, Themal, Raphael, and Vanessa.

Joeboy acknowledged engaging in conversations with these plants, explaining that at times, he finds it more effective to convey his emotions through this unique form of communication rather than conventional human interaction.

Joeboy’s Perspective on Music Substance

Recently, Joeboy expressed his differing viewpoint from Burna Boy’s stance on the depth of substance present in Afrobeats music.

Responding to the Grammy-winning artist’s claim, Joeboy asserted that any form of creative expression holds value and significance.

To substantiate his argument, Joeboy shared his reactions to various genres of music, asserting that any form of artistic interaction with the audience inherently carries substance.

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