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Burna Boy Claps Back At Social Media Influencer Daniel Regha For Rating Album Low; Tags Him “A Dancing Doughnut”

Burna Boy’s eagerly anticipated album, “I Told Them,” was recently released, and it has received a number of interesting reviews from music fans and enthusiasts alike. Some have praised the effort, particularly given that the Afrobeat-AfroFusion controversy is still a topic of discussion on social media. In contrast, others have criticized it in comparison to his other albums. One such person is the outspoken social media influencer Daniel Regha, who, in the wake of the album’s release, has called Burna’s bluff.

Burna Boy Claps Back At Social Media Influencer Daniel Regha For Rating Album Low; Tags Him &Quot;A Dancing Doughnut&Quot;, Yours Truly, News, April 22, 2024

Award-winning musician Damini Ogulu, also known as Burna Boy, has criticized controversial Twitter influencer Daniel Regha for his comments regarding his recently released album, “I Told Them.” Burna Boy clapped back at Daniel while appearing on the US program 360, which media personality Speedy Morman hosted. Burna Boy described Daniel as a “dancing doughnut.”

Burna Boy Claps Back At Social Media Influencer Daniel Regha For Rating Album Low; Tags Him &Quot;A Dancing Doughnut&Quot;, Yours Truly, News, April 22, 2024

Recall that Daniel Regha gave the singer’s album a 3/10 rating and said it has no substance; it just beats a few hours after the singer released it. He called it the “worst effort” he had made since starting his music career.

He had said,

“Burna’s new album (I Told Them) is a 3/10, it’s the worst effort from Burna since he started his career.

“The beats are great but the songs had n¤ substance; The entire album also promoted p¤mposity, encouraged v!olence & explicit lyrics.

“Furthermore, the album title doesn’t correlate with the theme. Burna also dissing Nigerians in “Thanks” ft J. Cole was not cool, plus some intros were not necessary. The album was n¤t worth the wait or hype. No offense.”

The Grammy-winning singer responded by calling Daniel Regha a “dancing doughnut” in response to his comments. Regha’s comments seemed to have struck a nerve with the Grammy-winning singer, prompting him to retaliate using the term “dancing doughnut” to dismiss and belittle his opinion. This choice of words reflects his disregard for criticism and suggests he does not take them seriously.

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