I’m willing to pay blogs to stop publishing gossip about me – Burna Boy

Popular Nigerian singer, Damini Ogulu, also known as Burna Boy, has expressed readiness to pay Nigerian blogs to stop publishing articles about him.

The Grammy winner said he was aware that he had paid any blog for publicity or to avoid posting negative reports about him before.

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Burna Boy called out some media organisations via his Twitter account on Friday, and urged them deliberate on a price and pass it to him to ‘settle them’.

He wrote, “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!!”

“Make I pay money first. If dem born anybody make dem remember my name after I don sort. Sha All these things na because ORAIMO nor use chord again. #BringbackORAIMOchord”

His post elicited mixed reactions, with some fans warning him that he would be “forgotten” if bloggers stopped carrying news about him.

Meanwhile in another news…

CorrectNG reported weeks ago that the self acclaimed African Giant revealed why his management did not grant him access to his official Twitter account.

The 32-year-old Afrobeats sensation said that if he had access to his page and was in control, everywhere would be shaking due to his posts.

Burna Boy told the hosts at Kiss Fresh FM that people always try to disrespect him so his management team restricts his access to his Twitter page in order to protect him. from the constant harsh environment of the platform, as he has zero tolerance for disrespect.

He said: “If I had access to my account, everywhere would be shaking every day. The ground will be elevated based on my feelings and I don’t like disrespect.

“They always try to disrespect me on the internet. So, my team don’t let me at them. If not, then the ground will elevate. I will spend too much time there; honestly, I will spend a lot of time there.”