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No Nigerian artiste is bigger than Rihanna – Wizkid’s aide, Godson slams Burna Boy for his behaviour at Lagos concert

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No Nigerian artiste is bigger than Rihanna - Wizkid's aide, Godson slams Burna Boy for his behaviour at Lagos concert - wizkid godson burna boy concert 1

Godson, an associate of Wizkid has reacted to the insults Grammy winner, Burna Boy rained on show promoters of his botched music event in Lagos.

Burna Boy received heavy flack on January 1st when he delayed fans at his New Year’s concert, only for him to show up late and started talking down on attendees including the organisers and promoters.

It was gathered that the Lagos concert was scheduled to start at 6 pm, but the African Giant arrived around 3 am for his performance.

Instead of apologising to fans, Burna Boy angrily said that he would have left the event if not for Seyi Vibez.

He also claimed that there were some sound problems which was one of the causes of his delay. The artiste then blamed it on promoters and insulted them.

Reacting, Wizkid’s aide, Godson said no artiste has the right to insult show promoters who put in a lot of effort to ensure the event ends up being successful.

He also said no Nigerian musician has risen to the level of Beyonce or Rihanna where they feel they are very big and can talk to people disrepectfully.

Watch him speak below:

Meanwhile, dancehall star, Shatta Wale recently said Afrobeats megastar, Damini ‘Burna Boy’ Ogulu is his brother, but he is ill-informed about certain things.

The Ghanaian singer stated this while being interviewed on Class ShowBiz about plans to move forward with their friendship after ending their rift.

On the upcoming Afrochella, Shatta was asked if he would be performing his song, Hossana which features Burna Boy, and he said that for now everybody will stay in their lane.

He said the reason the ‘Common Person’ crooner started beefing him was because he listened to a group of people who left his team and started bad mouthing him.

Shatta Wale reiterated that the African Giant will always be his brother and he cannot do any anything other than to be supportive.

He also addressed the issue of his new song sounding similar to Burna Boy’s Last Last, using a family analogy about how siblings have similarities which is why their songs sound alike.

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