Burna Boy had some revelations to make about his position on life and what he’s achieved in his career. Apparently, the one-time Grammy winner feels absolutely accomplished, and is basically living out an already fulfilled life, while happy and at peace with performing in front of crowds.
In a tweet posted during the early hours of Saturday, March 26, Burna was full of praise for his band The Outsiders, saying nothing gives him more joy than performing on stage with them.
“At this point I just want to LIVE and DIE on STAGE with my Band The OUTSIDERS. I’ve achieved All the dreams I ever personally had. Money gives me No satisfaction, Nothing really does, except being On STAGE with my God sent band,” said Burna.
A few moments later, the “Balloon d’Or” singer returned with another tweet, this time controversial, where he described himself as the highest paid artist in the history of African music.
“I said money doesn’t satisfy me and it’s my Truth but it Doesn’t change the fact that I’m the highest paid artist in the History of African music. Believe it or not.”
No one really knows Burna’s or other musicians’ finances, but being an outright Grammy winner can fatten an artist’s income.
Trust social media users and fans to always sink their teeth into stuff like this. Below are some of the responses to Burna’s controversial tweet that’s been trending on social media.
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