Peruzzi’s Reasoning Behind Non-Interference in Davido-Burna Boy Feud
Afropop sensation Peruzzi shed light on his decision to stay out of the highly publicized feud between Burna Boy and Davido, citing their brotherly bond and the complexities inherent in their situation.
In an Interview Explanation
During a podcast episode co-hosted by Melody, Excel, and Motolani Alake, Peruzzi clarified that his reluctance to mediate between the two music giants stemmed from their close relationship and the intricate nature of their dispute.
Age and Perspective
The “Gunshot” singer emphasized that, being older than both artists, he refrained from intervening because he believes their rift goes deeper than surface issues and that they will eventually resolve it as brothers.
Personal Involvement and Musical Dispute
Peruzzi mentioned his good rapport with Burna Boy despite the disagreement over the song “Pull Up,” where he claimed to have written the song and intended to be part of it.
Despite Burna Boy releasing it without his involvement, Peruzzi clarified that such incidents were commonplace in the industry and didn’t sour their relationship.
Impact on Relationships
Responding to questions about the feud affecting his relationship with either party, Peruzzi dismissed any negative impact, citing his mature approach and honest communication with both artists.
He underscored his belief that the duo, being like brothers, would eventually reconcile on their own terms.Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn