Burna Boy Opens Up on Industry Hatred: “Hated by Inferiors, No Superiors”

Nwaokolo Nneamaka
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Grammy-winning Nigerian singer Damini Ogulu, widely known as Burna Boy, has shed light on the reasons behind the animosity he perceives in the music industry.

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In a revelation shared on his social media handle, the controversial artist stated that he is “hated” by his “inferiors” because he acknowledges no “superiors.”

Burna Boy made this assertion in a post on his X handle on Saturday, accompanied by a photo of himself. The statement implies a sense of defiance and confidence in his own stature within the music realm.

This declaration follows Burna Boy’s consistent claim that he is widely disliked by Nigerians. In his track “Thank You,” featured on his recent album, ‘I Told Them,’ he hinted at feeling underappreciated in his homeland despite consistently bringing pride to the nation with his musical achievements.

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