Burna Boy’s Near Wheelchair Performance: A Shocking Revelation

Burna Boy’s Near Wheelchair Performance: A Shocking Revelation

Award-winning singer and performer Burna Boy recently shared a startling account of his near wheelchair-bound performance at the ‘Made In America’ event.

In a candid interview, he disclosed the previously untold story behind his backstage collapse following his stellar performance in September 2022.

The Knife Incident: A Lunchtime Mishap

When questioned about the cause of his collapse, Burna Boy revealed an unexpected twist.

It all began with a seemingly mundane lunchtime episode.

While preparing his meal for the day, the singer had a mishap involving a knife.

He had been in the process of making a peanut butter and jam sandwich when the knife he used to cut the bread took an unfortunate turn.

The incident left him injured and in pain, a far cry from his usual energetic self.

The Dilemma: America Awaits

However, Burna Boy chose to soldier on without immediate medical attention.

He had a significant commitment awaiting him in the United States – the ‘Made In America’ festival.

Faced with a tough decision, he decided to prioritize his performance over his injury.

As a result, the injury worsened over time, gradually escalating the pain he was experiencing.

On Stage or Wheelchair: A Difficult Choice

With the festival date fast approaching, Burna Boy found himself at a crossroads.

He had two options: take the stage in a wheelchair or push through the pain.

In a testament to his dedication and commitment to his craft, he opted to perform on his feet, disregarding the growing discomfort.

The Aftermath: A Backstage Collapse

Sadly, Burna Boy’s determination came at a cost.

After delivering an unforgettable performance on stage, he couldn’t cope with the pain, leading to his dramatic collapse backstage.

The incident shed light on the physical toll artists sometimes endure to entertain their fans.

Criticism and Controversy Surrounding Burna Boy

Meanwhile, Burna Boy’s recent album “I Told Them” has garnered mixed reactions, with some Nigerians on social media echoing the sentiments of Vulture, a prominent U.S. magazine.

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