Grammy-award winning singer Damini Ogulu professionally called Burna Boy, has stirred mixed reactions online after bragging about being the highest-paid artist.
In a post shared on the microblogging platform Twitter, Burna Boy averred the truth is that money doesn’t satisfy him.
However, this doesn’t change the fact that he is the highest-paid artist in the history of African music, and people can choose to believe it or not.
He wrote: I said money doesn’t satisfy me and it’s my Truth but it Doesn’t change the fact that I’m the highest-paid artist in the History of African music. Believe it or not.
This earned Burna Boy some criticisms as social media users questioned if anyone was arguing with him about being the highest-paid artist.
Other netizens also urged him to provide proof of the claim that he is the highest-paid artist in the history of African music.
tutyshoe wrote: You could ‘ve attached evidence since it became paramount we know such info
ozee.oma_ wrote: REST! No one is arguing with you burna
bigg__ed wrote: How many Africans you don help broz! Just de shout african giant upandan
gud6ta wrote: Your good no doubt but stop all this bragging . get your bags and do you nobody is competing with giant of Africa
Kemi Filani News recalls Burna Boy broken the heart of his fans expecting him at the Afro Nation Puerto Rico.
Afro Nation Puerto Rico is the world’s biggest Afrobeats festival coming to America on March 24th-26th 2022.
In a post shared on his Instagram page, Burna Boy revealed he would not make it to the event due to circumstances beyond his control.
Burna Boy added that he would make it up to his fans amidst his absence at the event.
In his word: I’m extremely gutted that I won’t be at Afro Nation Puerto Rico. Due to circumstances beyond anyone’s control. I will make it up to you all for sure! Love, Damini.