- Nigerian singer, Burna Boy, has always taken credits for his works, especially his lyrics
- The entertainer recently denied allegations by an influencer on social media who claimed songwriters gave him two of his songs
- The young man, @ObongRoviel, also stated that when artistes start giving credits to their songwriters, fans would know the truth
A social media influencer recently got people talking after he claimed that songwriters, Yonda and Peruzzi, wrote two of Burna boy’s singles, Dangote and Pull up.
In a post which the man identified as @ObongRoviel shared on Twitter, he wrote:
"I bet you didn’t know Yonda wrote Dangote and Peruzzi wrote Pull up."
In a follow-up tweet @ObongRoviel also mentioned that fans would know the truth about their favourite artistes when they start giving credits to songwriters.
"Maybe when these artists start giving credits you will know the truth about your Faves."
The tweet eventually caught Burna Boy's attention and in a post sheared by Sabiradio on Instagram, he asked the young man a question.
"Who wrote what for who?"
Here's what Nigerians had to say in the comment section to @Obong Roviel's tweet.
"Receipt full ground. Yonda has done wonders in Burma’s career, but the gorilla go deny am."
"You people should educate yourselves. Even great songwriters like Taylor Swift and Jon Bellion don't write their songs alone."
"Burna acknowledged that Peruzzi actually wrote pull up for him."
"Who cares? The people selling their songs were not threatened with a gun to their head. You people will just be ranting."
In other news about the singer, Legit.ng earlier reported that Burna Boy and his lover, Stefflon Don, have risen above speculations that all may not be well in their relationship.
Contrary to reports on social media, the two were sighted vacationing in Ghana and it was evident that things were very much in place with their relationship.
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