Aisha Yesufu reacts as guy calls out Burna boy for bashing his car and refusing to apologize
By Ayindex33 | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 2 views
If there is anything that should not be lack in the life of any celebrity or entertainer, it is the spirit of humility and it is very certain that Burna boy doesn't possess such, see how Aisha Yesufu react after she was called out by a mechanic on twitter.
A guy on twitter with the user name, Silvar has just report an incident that happened today at Lekki. According to the guy, he said he is a mechanic and he was patiently waiting for the traffic light to turn green when some fleets of car was honking behind him. He posted a long thread though, kindly read through;
This indeed a pure act of wickedness, the young man said he only needed them to apologise, even though they are not ready to pay for the damages.
The female activist, Aisha Yesufu has reacted to this and she has already called out Burna boy to do what is expected of him.
Few twitter users who are interested in the case has reacted to the tweet in a great way;
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