Burna Boy quits Twitter as Nigerian drag him out

 

Nigerian artiste, Burna Boy, has announced he quit twitter after Nigerians on the app dragged him out.

Burna Boy recently took to social media to engage his fans in a Question and Answer session and that was when he was asked by his fans to go on a ‘hit battle’ with other acts to which he said there’s no single person in the industry who can match up to him.

Burna Boy quits Twitter as Nigerian drag him out


Former Mavin artiste, Reekado Banks took up the challenge and asked him for a battle but he shut him down with his response and Nigerians started attacking Burna Boy, calling him out for having an attitude.

When Nigerians kept on dragging him, Burna Boy took to his Twitter page to announce it was the last time he would share any personal tweets on the platform, he quit. He wrote,

“If what Nigerian twitter said about me had any effect on me then I would be Dead by now. There’s even a Yoruba saying that translates “He who says the truth won’t even find a mat to sleep on”. well Ive proved that to be WRONG. You Can’t take nothing from Me.

This is my Last personal tweet Ever. I Imma just leave this app cuz apparently I’m too real for it. Everyone please use this COV-19 times to really find out what your true purpose in this world is, train your mind and Body to the fullest, get Closer to the Most high n ur Family.

Find out who is truly for you and who is really your Enemy. Let conscience and Confidence Lead you all, As it has lead me all my Life. Peace and Love.”

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