The African Giant, Burna Boy, has taken to his social media handles to tease his team members involved in his recent video.
He shared a funny message considering other reactions in the video, with a funny emoji. The new video which is trending on youtube with good reviews is that of his song dubbed ‘Way Too Big’. Stefflon Don’s boyfriend teased them because of how serious they were in the music video.
Recall that, the afrobeat singer, went to Ghana to have a peaceful time and to meet with his fans in Ghana. He was spotted in a viral video jamming to Hajia 4real’s song subbed ‘Bladder Than’.
Burns Boy’s appearance in a nightclub was a surprise to his Ghanaian fans because they did not know he was coming over to Accra. He was spotted sharing money with his fans in a private residence in Accra.
Many people surrounded his house to show him, love, as they receive the gift from him behind his gate.
In a tweet he said:
“HAD MY ACTUAL TEAM IN THAT PRESS CONFERENCE SCENE! NAMIX TOOK IT A BIT TOO SERIOUSLY #WAYTOOBIG”, MAKING FUN OF THEM.
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