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    Burna Boy Claps Back To Backlash Amid Postponing FNB Stadium Show

    The Afro beats star, Burna Boy has become a very controversial topic after his highly anticipated concert at FNB Stadium was rescheduled due to alleged low ticket sales.

    A lot of South Africans have taken it upon themselves to mock the Nigerian star and mocked him for not being able to fill the massive 94,000-capacity venue on social media. The concert was supposed to take place this upcoming weekend, and it was going to be hosted by Somizi Mhlongo, a well-known South African media personality, with Major League DJz as the opening act.

    After an official statement was released on Tuesday that the show would be moved to the 16th of December, Burna Boy’s fans were very disappointed, while other social media users compared the star’s to Cassper Nyovest’s successful sold-out show at FNB Stadium in 2017, highlighting the stark difference in popularity between the two artists.

    Others brought up the very controversial topic from the past, which involved the self-proclaimed ‘Giant of Africa’ and the late South African rapper AKA. In 2020, during an alleged xenophobic crisis. Twitter users resurfaced Burna Boy’s tweets from that time, accusing him of hypocrisy and questioning his sincerity towards South Africans.

    Taking to his Instagram stories, Burna Boy set the record straight and expressed nothing but love for Mzansi. He also stated that during his previous visit to the country, he had a turnout of fans outside a venue, despite the cancellation of his concert due to safety concerns.

    Burna Boy assured his South African fans that he’ll be back to hold his concert and expressed his affection for the country.

    Burna Boy Claps Back To Backlash Amid Postponing FNB Stadium Show, EntertainmentSA News South Africa

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