- Uti Nwachukwu has taken to social media to defend Burna Boy's recent controversial tweets
- According to the media personality, Nigerians should thank the singer for putting respect on Nigeria internationally
- Nwachukwu further stated that Burna Boy earned the respect he is demanding
Following Burna Boy's recent tirade on Twitter about being the best and having no one but himself to thank for, for paving his way in the industry, the backlash online continues to grow amongst Nigerian music lovers who tagged him arrogant.
Well, Uti Nwachukwu thinks otherwise about the singer's stance. According to the media personality, people should show gratitude to Burna Boy for putting some respect on Nigeria internationally.
He tweeted: "We should actually thank @burnaboy for putting RESPECT on our name internationally!! Especially at times like these where we have very little to brag about as a country! Entertainment has been our saving grace in recent times! PUT SOME RESPECT ON HIS NAME!! HE FREAKING EARNED IT!"
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In another tweet, he questioned why people have issues with blowing ones trumpet.
In his words: "Why do we have a problem with peeps blowing their own trumpet?? Why do we call it pride?? If u are used to putting yourself down and not speaking as things are/should be, then stay down!!
He said people should stop forcing others to think and act small like them.
See his tweet below:
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Meanwhile, Burna Boy is still among one of the trending topics on the microblogging platform, Twitter.
The Grammy-nominated artist got the attention of the internet community after he went on a rant about his artistry in the music industry. Burna Boy dropped words for two-faced people that have enjoyed his music and attended his concerts around 2012-2018, and are still joining others that are claiming he has only been around for two years.
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