Burna Boy, an Afrobeats Superstar known for his extraordinary talent, recently sparked lively online debates with a video of his trip back to his native Nigeria. The musician, who just arrived in the nation, is already energizing his audience as he prepares to release his eagerly anticipated album, “I Told Them.”
The “Last Last Singer” was recently seen driving through the energetic streets of Lagos with none other than his dependable personal assistant, the one and only King Manny. When the singer got into his car, a considerable crowd emerged to see him, leading to traffic congestion inside the venue.
This comes after Burna Boy spoke out against the anticipated military intervention in the Niger Republic following a coup. The Grammy-winning singer pleaded with Nigeria’s President Bola Tinubu via live video to focus on resolving the fuel crisis brought on by his abrupt removal of subsidies. Burna Boy emphasized the importance of prioritizing the needs of the Nigerian people, urging President Bola Tinubu to address the pressing issue of fuel scarcity. He highlighted how the removal of subsidies has adversely affected citizens and called for immediate action to alleviate their hardships. The singer’s plea reflects the concerns shared by many Nigerians grappling with this decision’s consequences.
Burna Boy argued that Nigeria shouldn’t consider war due to a fuel shortage. He also discussed how the military might encounter difficulties if they were sent out at some point due to a fuel shortage. Burna said;
“Wettin dey sub na? Dem say na War we wan enter like this o . Fuel never dey you wan go fight war.
“How you wan reach the battlefield? You go use…. Wettin dem dey use that generator now do? Gas generator. E shock me. Wahala no dey ever tire Nigeria.”