Singer, Burna Boy, has been trending on social media, for failing to show up on time at his show in Lagos.
The singer, who was expected on stage on Sunday, didn’t show up until early Monday morning, after which he went on a tirade against his fans for falsely accusing him of shooting someone at a nightclub in Lagos and that his mother used to dance for Fela.
A tweet, Adeayo who shared a video from the show venue said, “The situation on ground. Almost 2AM and Burna Boy’s concert is basically yet to start. Some people have been around since 9PM. For an artiste with the highest level of international exposure this is beyond terrible and unprofessional.”
Joey Akan tweeted, “Burna Boy to White People: “My Africans are suffering. Dance to my music, brand me a reformer and reward me financially. Burna Boy to the suffering Africans: “God punish una.”
Kay said, “Not sure when these artistes & organisers will learn to respect our precious time. 2:03 AM and no Burna Boy on sight. No supporting act. Even the DJ seem as tired as everyone else. Didn’t know we were in for a full night vigil.”
Just as fans lamented the lateness, some fans also hailed the singer for his performance, however late.
Oluwaseyi said, “Despite technical issue he still showed up and performed all his songs tonight. Only one artiste who can do that oluwaburna.”
Ayoade tweeted another update. He said, “The band is playing and Burna Boy appears on stage at 3:30. All is forgiven and the crowd cheers. No lesson learnt.”
Nnma Moore said, “Nobody like Burna Boy, I’m sorry. The wait, absolutely worth it.”
You may be interested
The race for Man Utd takeover hits up: Red Devils fans elated as Qatari investors plan 5 major things with the mammoth bid launchWebby - February 8, 2023
Spread the love Manchester United fans could almost be partying at the moment following the reports reaching National Daily.…
Naira redesign policy: Expert picks holes in Supreme Court judgmentWebby - February 8, 2023
Spread the love A legal luminary, Barrister Abumere Osara, has picked holes in Wednesday judgment by the Supreme Court…
Extend Feb 10 deadline for old Naira Notes, IMF advises FGWebby - February 8, 2023
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has advised the Federal Government of Nigeria to extend the February 10 deadline for the…