Some days ago, popular rap artist, CDQ, accused Burna Boy of being rude to former Super Eagles star, Obafemi Martins, popularly referred to as Obagoal. However, the rap artist refused to state what happened exactly between this two.
Nigerians took the issue up and started comparing the two stars from different industry. You'll agree that both are kings in their chosen line of work. Rather than trying to get to the root of the matter, Nigerians went in with their endless comparison and chose sides with whom they consider their favourite.
In a bid to ensure this stops, Obafemi Martins has come out via his Instagram page to call for peace. In his statement, he noted that what happened was a simple misunderstanding which can't be avoided between brothers. He said the issue has been resolved and Nigerians should stop the comparison and let the matter die.
He tagged bother CDQ and Burna Boy in his statement. I hope Nigerians will let the matter rest now after his statement.
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