The future of Africa depends on the kind of strength and resilience I show - Burna Boy says in fresh Twitter rant
- One-time Grammy nominee Burna Boy has once again poured out his mind on social media
- The singer dropped words for people that have criticized him since he tweeted about nobody paving the way for him in the industry
- According to the Ye crooner, the African continent depends on the kind of strength and resilience he shows
Nigerian music star Damini Ogulu popularly known as Burna Boy is currently among one of the trending topics on micro blogging platform, Twitter.
The Grammy nominated artist got the attention of the internet community after he went on a rant about his artistry in the music industry.
Burna Boy dropped words for two-faced people that have enjoyed his music and attended his concerts around 2012-2018, and are still joining others that are claiming he has only been around for two years.
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Recall that some days ago, the self-acclaimed African Giant had come out to declare that he is the best thing that has happened to the industry since the death of late Fela Kuti. He also categorically stated that no artiste in the industry paved the way for him to success.
In his recent rant, he made a reference to the time when he spoke against Coachella representing his name with small fronts on a poster image. Burna Boy said he prays that people would learn from him.
Clarifying that he is not bragging, the Ye crooner submitted that the future of Africa depends on the kind of strength and resilience that he exhibits.
He also addressed people that celebrated his loss at the Grammy Awards, noting that he and his family have been striving to get to the top against all odds that came their way.
In conclusion, the singer strongly reiterated that nobody, but Fela, paved the way for him. He said he drew his own map and followed it.
See screenshots of the tweets that have now been deleted on his page:
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Read what people had to say about Burna Boy’s tweets below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the Afro-fusion star spoke about fake love in the entertainment industry. The Anybody crooner who recently lost out on the Grammy award said that some people want him to fail. According to Burna, the same people who wish him well to his face secretly want him to fail.
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