- Burna Boy is currently being dragged online for a recent video he posted on social media
- The singer had reacted to the office of the accountant-general burning down in Abuja, mocking Nigerians in the process
- This appears to have angered a lot of Nigerians who took to the Twitter platform to slam him
Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of how Nigerian singer Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu popularly known as Burna Boy mocked Nigerians over the office of the accountant-general that got burnt in Abuja. Burna Boy said that Nigerians deserve everything they are going through.
Well, this didn't seem to go down well with many social media users and they held no words back in express their outrage, disgust and some, disappointment over the now controversial video.
According to them, considering Nigerians were his biggest fans, he had no right to mock them especially when they were the ones that made him the star that he is today. They tagged him prideful and insensitive to the struggles of Nigerians.
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Burna Boy who has since deleted the controversial video from his Instagram page, earned the not-so-flattering title, "Ikorodu Lucky Dube" given to him by internet users.
See some reactions below:
A Twitter user shared a lengthy post off a lady who explained why she was angry at the music star and why she would no longer be spending any money on his music.
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The self-acclaimed African giant had criticized Nigerians for the way they came at Funke Akindele for throwing a house party, even though she was just a peace loving Nigerian who hustled for her money using legit ways only.
According to him, Nigerians deserve the corrupt leaders they have.
Meanwhile, Nigerian singer, Azeez Fashola, also known as Naira Marley, was recently involved in a stint with the law for the umpteenth time after he was arrested for attending a birthday party organised by Nollywood actress Funke Akindele and her husband, Abdulrasheed Bello, at their home in Amen estate.
The couple had been arrested and arraigned for not keeping to the government’s directive on social distancing due to the coronavirus pandemic.
After days of silence on social media, Naira Marley has now taken to his Twitter page to address issues.
According to the Soapy crooner, Nigerians on Twitter will snitch and get celebs arrested and still want them to fight the government on their behalf.
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