- Singer Burna Boy has mourned the passing of young American rapper Pop Smoke
- According to the singer, the rap act wanted to come with him to Nigeria
- Burna Boy prayed for the deceased to rest in peace
The American music industry is still in shock from the news of the gruesome shooting of young and fast-rising rapper, Pop Smoke.
Several fans, supporters and colleagues of the music star have used their individual social media pages to mourn the unfortunate death of the music star.
Among those that also joined millions to mourn Pop Smoke is Grammy-nominated Nigerian music star, Damini Ogulu popularly known as Burna Boy.
The self-acclaimed African Giant shared a post on the Instastory channel of his official Instagram page in memory of the late rapper.
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According to Burna Boy, he had only spoken to Pop Smoke just a few days ago on FaceTime. He said the rapper had really wanted to come to Nigeria with him.
Burna Boy noted that the news sent him into a state of shock. He prayed for the rapper to rest in peace, adding that the world is unbelievable.
The singer said: "Spoke to @realpopsmoke on FaceTime just a few days ago. He really wanted me to take him to Nigeria. I am in real shock right now. RIP. This world is unbelievable."
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Burna Boy is not the only Nigerian celebrity that mourned the passing of 20-year-old Pop Smoke. Davido’s manager, Asa Asika, also shared a post on Twitter disclosing that there was a music project they were yet to complete before the unfortunate news of his passing.
Still on Pop Smoke’s shooting, Legit.ng previously gathered that new reports surfaced online in connection to the rapper’s death. Pop Smoke had allegedly shared a clip on his social media page that accidentally revealed his home address to his over 1m million followers.
He reportedly showed off some luxury shopping bags that just arrived at his residence on Facebook. A portion of the clip briefly revealed his home address for a few seconds.
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