Burna Boy needs to apologize, he stole from Fela's songs - Eedris Abdulkareem

Burna Boy needs to apologize, he stole from Fela's songs - Eedris Abdulkareem

- Eedris Abdulkareem has taken to social media to send a message to Burna Boy

- According to the veteran singer, the self-acclaimed African giant needs to apologize for his recent remarks

- According to him, Burna Boy stole a lot from Fela's songs

- This comes after the Grammy nominated singer declared being the best since Fela, saying no way paved the way for him

Burna Boy has certainly left social media buzzing following his recent rants on social media about being the best and getting all by himself. Well, not everyone seems to agree and one of them is Eedris Abdulkareem.

The veteran musician in a recent interview with TVC Connect, stated that Burna Boy needs to apologize to Nigerians over his remarks. He also accused him of stealing from Many of Fela's songs.

"Burna Boy needs to apologize. Fela made it happen for him and he stole from a lot of Fela's song to become who you are. And you stole from Afrobeats to become who you are. Fela's songs are strictly about messages that add value to the lives of people. What are your songs all about?"

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Holding a contrary view is Nigerian media personality, Uti Nwachukwu.

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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