Burna Boy schools SA Rapper, AKA and others demanding Apology


Nigerian Superstar, Burnaboy has finally tweeted about his reaction concerning the various calls on Social Media demanding the Artiste to apologize for his comment made during the Xenophobic attacks in South Africa.

The calls on social media demanding the apology was lead by South African Rapper, AKA following Burnaboy’s announcement to perform in South Africa for the “African Unite Concert” slated for November 23rd in Cape Town.

The “African Giant” laughed in his tweet Saturday Morning. He stated ” saying I mislead people? And I made up the Xenophobic attacks and I should apologise. Really? Lol.”

Burnaboy further instructed those demanding apologies to turn out to their real enemies because he is not the enemy, but he is an African and should never be tagged as a “Foreigner”.

“In 2015 Even I was a victim of the misguided hate so I know. Go and demand apologies from your REAL Enemies. I am not your Enemy. I will not be called “foreigner” I am AFRICAN”. Burnaboy tweeted.

The 2019 BET Award winner further called on his protestants to quit the divisive cause, and rather come together to project a powerful Africa that will benefit the future generations.

“please my people, there should never be a South Africa vs Nigeria war or any African country vs African country war Ever. we must unite by any means for the future of our children n their children. I want a united African passport that will be as powerful as the US passport.

In several tweets made Saturday Morning, Burnaboy called on his fans to avoid the pretence that “Xenophebia is not real in South Africa”. He stated Xenophobia has been going on in South Africa for the past three (3) years.

“Let’s not act like xenophobia is not real in South Africa, let’s not act like Nigerians, Tanzanians, Zimbabweans and many other AFRICANS have not been victims in the last three years. Please Let us all do our part to Unite Africa”.

Burnaboy did not hide his love for South Africa and the entire Africa in his tweets. He sends his appreciation to the Commander in Chief of Economic Freedom Fighters [EFF] and a Revolutionary activist for radical change in Africa, Julius Sello Malema and hopes to meet him soon.

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