Xenophobia: Burna Boy slams rapper AKA, and MI for defending him

Xenophobia: Burna Boy slams rapper AKA, and MI for defending him

- Nigerian celebs have come out to condemn the ongoing xenophobic attacks against foreigners in South Africa

- Afro-fusion artiste, Burna Boy, dragged SA rapper AKA on social media over his comments on the attack

- Burna also slammed Nigerian rapper MI for defending AKA on Twitter

- The Ye crooner then urged Nigerians to protect themselves at all times

PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly.co.za News on your News Feed!

The recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa against foreigners, particularly Nigerians, have become a cause for concern, as many Nigerians who feel strongly about it took to social media to comment on the issue.

Rapper, AKA, came under fire from Nigerians on social media for his comments on xenophobia. Another Nigerian star, MI, howeve,r came to AKA’s defence as he explained that his South African colleague actually loves Nigerians.

See his tweet below:

PAY ATTENTION: Do you want to know what's trending on Briefly.co.za? Join our WhatsApp group today.

Nigerian Afro-fusion singer, Burna Boy, reacted to the news. The Ye singer made sure to drag AKA on the streets of Twitter as he also warned MI of impending disrespect if he didn't stop coming to AKA’s defence.

In a series of tweets, Burna explained that the alleged terrible videos he saw from the attacks in SA had broken his heart and he called on Nigerians to protect themselves at all times.

See the rest of his tweets below:

Just recently, Briefly.co.za reported that Nigerian musician, 2baba, berated socialite Hushpuppi for calling out celebrities over their silence on the xenophobic attacks against foreigners in South Africa.

READ ALSO: Mzansi reacts to video showing Nigerians looting SA-owned store

Hushpuppi had accused other celebs of not having any concern about the innocent lives that are being taken but would rather present themselves in the middle of less relevant issues.

2baba then noted that the post by Hushpuppi was totally uncalled-for. He commended him for joining the outrage, but pointed out that celebrities are not the real problem.

Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!

Source: Briefly.co.za

Mailfire view pixel