According to Wikipedia, Grammy Award Winner "Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu", professionally known as Burna Boy, is a Nigerian-British singer, songwriter, rapper, and dancer. He is one of the greatest and most successful African artists. He rose to prominence in 2012 after releasing "Like to Party", the lead single from his debut studio album L.I.F.E.
The Nigerian Singer seems to appreciate getting people to talk about him and he recently accomplished that with photos of him that he shared on social media.
A few moments ago the superstar took to his Twitter handle to share a post that says;
" If I dey beat my chest, no misunderstand/ no be pride, I be Gorilla".
As soon as the singer shared this post on Twitter, fans did not disappoint as they commented on what they thought about his post.
See his post below and some reaction from fans:-
Drop comments below of thoughts about the Grammy award winner with his post.
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