S’African artistes kick against Burna Boy’s upcoming concert in their country

S’African artistes kick against Burna Boy’s upcoming concert in their country

- Nigerian musician, Burna Boy, is set to perform in South Africa during an Africans Unite concert

- This is coming soon after the Ye crooner vowed never to set foot in the country after reports of xenophobic attacks

- South Africans under the umbrella of Tshwane Collective have kicked against Burna Boy’s performance in their country

In September 2019, social media was rent with reports of xenophobic attacks against foreigners, particularly Nigerians, in South Africa.

The attacks caused serious outcry on social media with several Nigerian celebs reacting to the reports. Talented singer, Burna Boy, had made some scathing comments on social media where he vowed never to set foot in the country.

Well, it appears Burna has had a change of heart as he is set to perform during the Africans Unite concert to be held in South Africa.

He also revealed that the proceeds from the concert will be donated to victims of the xenophobic attacks. He tweeted: “The first of many! Part of the proceeds will be donated to the victims of Xenophobic attacks by me! I really hope we can all keep contributing in our own way to make the world a better and safer place for each other. #Africansunite , it’s bigger than all of us

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See the tweet below:

Well, South African artistes under the umbrella of Tshwane Collective, have heavily kicked against Burna performing in their country after his remarks on the xenophobic attacks.

The group claims Burna incited violence and hatred with his comments against South Africa. In the now deleted series of tweets, the Ye star had also threatened to deal with SA rapper, AKA, as he warned him to beef up his security.

Excerpts from the open letter the group sent to the minister of arts and culture reads: “Whoever may have deemed that the country needs a PR exercise of this nature would have done so largely as a result of the callous, misleading and unwarranted incitement by this very artist. Not only did he spread falsehoods through his extensive platform, he literally incited violence and hate."

See the tweet below:


In related news, Legit.ng had previously reported that SA rapper, AKA, responded to the news of Burna Boy coming to perform in his country.

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AKA said that he would love to attend the concert, and see if the Nigerian singer will make true of threats he had issued during the heat of the xenophobia episode.

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