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Burna boy sends message to critics

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Award-winning Nigerian artiste, Damini Ogulu popularly known as Burna boy has sent a message to his critics on social media after he successfully sold out his London concert.

The singer who expressed his gratitude to God for giving him victories in real life set the records straight that real life is not social media, urging his fans to always keep this in mind.

This is coming after shutting down his concert held at the O2 arena in London.

In a recent post on his Instagram story, the Grammy Award winner bragged that he sold tickets for the concert at the price he wanted, and the concert was sold out.

He stressed that this is not about words or too much talk but a matter of action.

“I sold out the O2 by myself. At the prices I wanted. The way I wanted. Never talk much, just show action!

The singer who once left Twitter after being attacked by Nigerians who accused him of being arrogant, returned on Twitter to express his gratitude to God for giving him victories in real life.

“I stay thanking God that real life is not Twitter or social media.

“ I always win in Real Life. ALWAYS! Remember that,” he wrote.

His tweet however generated a lot of criticisms from followers and fans who accused him of being proud while reminding him that pride goes before a fall.



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