- Twice As Tall singer Burna Boy live-streamed with his fans on Instagram on the night of Saturday, November 14
- His fans believed he was involved in a car accident while live streaming with them and were anxious to know his state of health
- The singer later came live again assuring them of his safety but many believed he faked the car crash for clout sake
Nigerian singer Burna Boy was allegedly involved in an auto crash on the night of Saturday, November, 14 while live streaming on Instagram.
The self-acclaimed African Giant was on Instagram live-streaming and sharing updates of his night with his over 5.8 million fans when the live-video suddenly ended after what looks like a car crash.
Many of the singer's fans were left in distress over his condition since they felt they saw it all happen.
Read some of their reactions and anxiety over his state below:
And to put the mind of his fans at rest, the Ye singer has shown up again but this time around, he assured his fans that nothing happened to him.
His video telling his fans nothing happened to him and assuring them he is fine rather than calm them down got them angry as many believed he fake the accident for clout purpose.
The fear and anxiety of Nigerians over Burna Boy's 'fake' involvement in a car accident are understandable as Legit.ng reported that Zimbabwean socialite, Ginimbi, and three of his friends were involved in a car crash which claimed all their lives on Sunday, November 8.
Zimbabwe media, The Herald, reported that a police spokesperson in the country, Paul Nyathi, confirmed that the accident occurred around Borrowdale Road in Harare. Ginimbi, 36, was said to be a successful petroleum trader before his untimely death.
After the news broke on social media, several fans and followers of the young man flooded his official page on Instagram to lament over his death.
Legit.ng also reported that thousands of commenters descended on the Rolls-Royce Facebook page, spewing anger and vitriol and blaming the car company for Ginimbi's vehicle bursting into flames.
The Facebook page had comments alleging the design of the car was faulty and that an expensive vehicle such as a Rolls-Royce should not have reacted the way that Ginimbi's did in the accident.
Twitter exploded with opinions on the angry mob, with many reminding commenters that they were not qualified or informed enough to make the types of comments that they were posting.
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