Nigerian singer Burna Boy shocked his twitter fans as he blocked a lady on Twitter after she reminded him of a tweet in the past year (2019) where he said "having high digital streaming doesn’t necessarily mean an artiste is talented".
The burning fire Burna Boy then went to his page yesterday to boast of his current achievements with his latest jam, boasting about his more than 100 million streams across different platforms and how his latest song with Ed Sheeran- shape of you crooner, is doing well in the United Kingdom.
Not quite long after that was when a twitter user identified as @Enitodun then remind him of his old tweet in which he claimed "having high digital streaming doesn’t necessarily mean an artiste is talented" She quoted Burna Boy.
And also said “this streaming … be making people feel like they are actually talented. If joke things like “Baby Shark” and “Gangnam Style” can do more number than everyone, don’t think you are talented or respected because of your streaming numbers.
What do u think this user is trying to do, is it getting an attention or a fame?
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