Nigerian music sensation Burna Boy has raised an intriguing question for social media tabloids, inquiring about the price he should pay to have them stop mentioning his name.
Lately, the artist has been at the center of the news, primarily due to his ongoing feud with fellow musician Brymo.
Reaching a Breaking Point: Burna Boy’s Desire to End Media Coverage
Fed Up with Frequent Appearances in Tabloids
It appears that Burna Boy has grown tired of being a constant topic of discussion in the media and has chosen to voice his concerns.
The Afrobeats superstar took to his Twitter account to express his thoughts on the matter, proposing a solution.
Burna Boy’s Twitter Statement: A Playful Offer to Tabloids
An Amusing Suggestion to the Media
Burna Boy’s tweet read, “How far. all these instablog, PulseNg e.t.c abeg make all of una do meeting then decide how much I go give all of una make una forget my name totally.
I know say I never pay any of una before so I say make I just run am finally. I greet you bros!!”
Reactions to Burna Boy’s Offer: Playful Banter and Comments from Fans
Social Media Responses to the Singer’s Proposal
In response to Burna Boy’s tweet, fans and followers had a mix of playful banter and comments. Some praised him for his witty approach, while others offered humorous responses and questioned the need for his offer.
Fans Weigh In: Supportive and Playful Remarks
Appreciating Burna Boy’s Engagement with Tabloids
@imasterjossy humorously suggested that Burna Boy’s presence in the media was essential for music conversations in Nigeria, preventing the industry from resembling Ghana’s.
@_spirit_coder playfully noted that Burna Boy had “finally collected the login,” acknowledging his tweet.
A Play on His Name: Teasing Comment from a Fan
Connecting Burna Boy’s Self-Appointed Title
A fan with the username @joseph_fash pointed out the contradiction in Burna Boy calling himself “Odugwu” (meaning “the leader”) while wanting to be forgotten, humorously questioning how tabloids would survive without his engagement.
A Perspective on Tabloid Coverage: A Fan’s Reminder of Free Promotion
Highlighting the Value of Media Attention
@_oluwaseun9 defended tabloids, noting that bloggers provide free promotion and questioned whether Burna Boy’s offer was a sufficient gesture of thanks for their coverage.
A Humorous Personal Offer: Fan’s Playful Response
A Playful Offer to Delete Tweets
@_VALKING shared a humorous personal offer, suggesting that his money offer was 20 million, and he would delete all his tweets to support Burna Boy’s proposal.