I’m The BEST Artiste In Nigeria _ Burna Boy Says, Nigerians react.

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Nigerian singer, Songwriter and self acclaimed African Giant, has caused controversy on Twitter after Tweeting his the best Nigerian artiste since Fela Kuti.

Recall that the singer was nominated for Grammy Awards but lost victory to Beninese singer, Angelique Kidjo who was announce winner in Staples Center, Los Angeles earlier this year. Although the winner, Angelique Kidjo dedicated the award to the singer, Burna Boy.

The social media is on fire ever since the African Giant declared himself “Nigeria’s best artiste”. He also called out DM Records boss, Timaya who advised him not care about being the best.
He tweeted ;

FACT! I always knew I was and I am THE BEST. Everyone you think is the best KNOWS I’m BEST since Fela Kuti. But @timayatimaya told me something a long time ago that made me not care about being the best. “The World can do without the Best” the world will still spin regardless.

In a two-tweet tirade, he wrote, “The same people that wish you the best to your face are the same people that hope and pray you Fail so that they can feel better about themselves. That’s just Life. That’s why complements mean nothing to me cuz hate, Jealousy and “it shoul have been me” are sugar coated by them.


Then a fan replied Burna Boy saying,

“Where were you since 2010-2018? I mean where the f**k are you when Afrobeat was struggling to hit the mainstream? The BEST paved the way for you. You came In when the table has already been set and here you’re claiming the BEST since Fela.”

Burna then replied the fan,

NOBODY paved shit for me. Everybody dey find them own. I bin Out here, if you knew the way they made us look weak by begging and paying the western world to like us you will see that no table was set and I’m the one that brought you the Respect you currently enjoy.”

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