Burna Boy apologized after being accused of inciting rancour and bigotry with his tweet about Fulani herdsmen allegedly attacking some places in Rivers, Port Harcourt.
The ‘Ye’ crooner tweeted about an ongoing attack at OBIGO and OYIGBO part of Port Harcourt claiming it was Fulani herdsmen that were attacking those places.
Speaking further, the Grammy award nominee said he does not understand why some have taken the actions of protest and turned it to tribal war.
Reacting to the tweet, a user of the micro-blogging site, Abubakar Hidimi PhD accused the singer of hypocrisy.
Read the tweet below:
This is your @burnaboy and his expressive hypocrisy born out of bigotry & rancor.
He deleted the tweet though, but it has been saved. Then see his second tweet in the 2nd frame. pic.twitter.com/SxqGs5bfp0
— Abubakar Hidima Ph.D. (@Realoilsheikh) October 23, 2020
In response to the accusations, the ‘Twice as tall’ crooner apologized for the tweet and said he’s already in a dark place already.
He also mentioned that every Nigerian is his brother and he loves every one of them.
See his tweet below;
This is from the bottom of my soul. I did not mean any harm by what I said. I sincerely apologise for coming across that way. I’m already in a dark place inside. You are my Brother and I LOVE YOU. Please don’t be offended. We are all hurt, angry, afraid and confused right now. https://t.co/qfv89aXyVQ
— Burna Boy (@burnaboy) October 23, 2020
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