Wizkidfc who are the fans of Wizkid are currently dragging Burna Boy after he was accused by the fan base that the Nigerian International singer bought views for his music video on YouTube. According to them, they claimed that his hit song “Monster You Made” allegedly gathered over 800k views within 1 hour on YouTube which has not happened before in the history of YouTube streaming in Nigeria.
No Nigerian Artist has ever gathered 800k views within an hour before, so when Burna Boy allegedly gathers the views, it became suspicious as they felt the views are not organic. Apart from the fact that the views increased by 800k views within an hour, the likes, dislikes, and comment didn’t change as they all remain constant while the views alone increased, this has made Wizkidfc suspicious the more as they felt Burna Boy is just trying to compete with Wizkid as he had been doing against Davido before.
Those who reacted to the views said Burna Boy is destroying Afrobeat and the Music Industry of Nigeria, as many young artists will be running after streaming now instead of singing and producing good music, as their main goals will be streaming numbers and not music credibility.
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