Aisha Yesufu Reacts After Burna Boy's Convoy Allegedly Hit A Man's Car At Lekki Phase 1
By Samoski1 | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 12406 views
One of Nigeria's most talked about and respected artists Burna Boy has been accused on Twitter as a man on social media identified as 'Duke of Lagos' reports that the musician's convoy hit his car at Lekki Phase 1 around 8:15 PM, Saturday 6, 2021.
After such news was shared on Twitter, the Nigerian activist Aisha Yesufu who has been having a difficult time with the people reacted in her recent tweet on the bird app.
Aisha Yesufu who has been fully involved in politics surprisingly reacted and told the Nigerian musician, Burna Boy to do the needful.
See how some Nigerians reacted after Aisha Yesufu involved herself in the allegations against Burna Boy.
The news shared is still an allegation though the Twitter user asking for help took a video of someone that looks like Burna Boy with some pictures shared about his damaged car.
Feel free to watch the videos shared by the Twitter user.
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