- Burna Boy has apologised over the tweet he made on Obigbo and Oyibo being under attack
- In his apology, he said that he never meant any harm, saying he made the post out of anger
- Addressing the person, Abubakar Hidima who called him out, Burna said that he is already in a dark place
Burna Boy has tendered an apology over his tweet that Obigbo and Oyigbo in Port Harcourt were under attack by herdsmen. The said post (now deleted) was made on Friday, October 23.
In his apology post, the popular Nigerian musician said that he does not have any harmful intention by what he said.
Burna's latest tweet was a quoted response to a Twitter user, Abubakar Hidima, who called him out over the insensitivity of his tweet.
The Anybody crooner called Abubakar his brother and that he loves him, pleading with him not to be offended by his post.
He blamed his early tweet on hurt, anger, confusion, and fear that everyone is in as a result of the recent developments in the country.
See his post below:
Below are some of the reactions to his apology:
"@burnaboy I meant it not If I say it's well with u and other celebrities who Lagos and we Lagosians accommodated to become whom you are today who now decided to tweet destruction of lives and properties to our state. So let me keep quiet.God in heaven will judge every one of u."
"I can say boldly my friend Burna is not a bigot, sometimes anger takes over n people makes mistakes. Port harcourt is a city dear to him. He has apologize n this is amongst the realest thing during this times we are in. So please forgive and forget let’s channel this keyboards"
"Wow! Commendable. Waiting for @davido, @Omojuwa and the rest to tender apologies for fueling the ongoing unrest. You get a fan in me from today. Kudos."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Burna Boy recorded a new song about the events that happened at the Lekki toll gate on Tuesday, October 20.
The song has been going viral on various social media platforms. In the clip that was spotted online, the singer stated that there is nothing that can justify the killing of peaceful protesters in Lekki.
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