Burna Boy, a Grammy winner, and Sean John Combs, better known as Diddy, a famed American music mogul, were recently spotted dancing it up in a video. Burna Boy, renowned for his trademark “Afro Moonwalk” dance move, cautioned Diddy, who called him out for a dancing competition, stating, “Remember you are an old man,” in the video, which appeared to have been shot in a club.
Responding to Diddy, Burna said, “Hey, bruv, OG. I don’t think you remember that you are an old man, I do not want to disgrace you. Do not come to the dance floor. You are the king of the records but do not call me on the dance floor. That would be embarrassing for you, and I love you, OG.”
Burna Boy’s well-known Afro-Moonwalk was recently added to the video game Fortnite as an emote, which enables players to carry out quick actions that, in this case, call for the player character to move. More specifically, Burna Boy and Diddy have been friends for a while and have collaborated in the past.
Diddy, an American singer-songwriter, and Mama Burna, Bose Ogulu, the singer’s mother, served as executive producers of Burna Boy’s Grammy-winning album Twice As Tall. Burna Boy’s fifth studio album is titled Twice as Tall. Spaceship Entertainment, Bad Habit, Atlantic Records, and Warner Music all contributed to its August 14, 2020, release.
The album has songs that combine afrobeats, dancehall, pop, and hip-hop. Along with Rexxie, Timbaland, DJDS, and other producers, Telz was the leading producer. Youssou N’Dour, Naughty by Nature, Sauti Sol, Chris Martin, and Stormzy all make cameo appearances on the album. Twice as Tall also won Best Global Music Album at the Grammy Awards’ 63rd event.