Kenyans, (peasants) left Mombasa frustrated after Grammy Award Nigerian singer Burna Boy arrived late for below average performance at NGG Wave.
Almost two years after he stated Kenyans as ‘peasants’ and threatened to buy a Kenyan radio station and ‘turn it into an ashtray’,BET award winner and Grammy award nominee Burna Boy is set to perform in Mombasa over the festive season if all goes as planned. To what extent is Civic Education designed to inform Artists, musicians and Copyright Owners of their Intellectual Property Rights?
Burna Boy is arguably the best African Musician at the moment. Trouble commenced after the ‘at the low’ singer arrived at 4.00 am for an overall performance at Club Privee after maintaining the revellers awaiting hours.
The singer who appeared relatively intoxicated achieved for less than an hour forcing the live performance goers to take to twitter to air out their concerns. Following the criticism, the singer went on a spree to unfollow Kenyans on twitter further relating to them as peasants.
Burna Boy confirmed up at the venue of the NRG wave festival late than expected. In a viral video, his manager turned into spotted threatening to go away Mombasa before his performance and the occasion organisers had to intervene.
Kenyans took to social media to express their unhappiness and went on to troll the Nigerian singer Kenyans have taken to social media to explicit their unhappiness after celebrated Nigerian singer Burna Boy showed up for his performance past due than scheduled.
In a video shared on Twitter, the singer’s manager changed into spotted threatening to go away earlier than his overall performance on the Mombasa Sports Club. His manager changed into visible engaging with the NRGwave organisers who have been pleading with him to carry out.
The concert was hyped for a long term even before the African Giant arrived in Kenya. An occasion that everybody was searching ahead to. This is not the first time within the Nigerian remarkable celebrity has been in Kenya.
However the occasion that befell in Mombasa Sports Club did now not turn out as expected.
Legendary artists along with Nameless and Jua Cali executed during the event. As enthusiasts waited for hours for Burna Boy to perform. Kenyan’s on twitter however do no longer blame Burna Boy for no longer arriving on time, however the management for poor making plans who in this case is NRG.
The event which become broadcasted stay on K24 TV, had many enthusiasts who were watching declare that they had been higher off than those who paid for the tickets. According to Africancelebrities.Com, other lawsuits covered the reality that the drinks on the VIP got finished before the performance and that Harmonize did not carry out.
The Tanzanian musician Konde Boy, is likewise on the trending list, this is after he failed to perform bacause he wasn’t paid. The proceedings from the live performance exceed the remarks that in reality show that enthusiasts clearly enjoy the live performance.
Damini Ebunolowa Ogulu professionally referred to as Burna Boy, scoops any other win again. The ‘Angelina’ hitmaker has won numerous awards from the BET awards to the MTV EMA awards. The Nigerian singer and songwriter has proved that he deserves the accolades.
Burna Boy Grammy Award Nomination:
Along with Beninese singer Angélique Kidjo, Nigerian Afro-fusion artist Burna Boy was nominated for the 2020 Grammy Awards after the Recording Academy announced the nominees in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
He has simply bagged some other Grammy award nomination. He was nominated in the World Music Award Album category for his album “African Giant”. The World Music class also decided on African song legends together with, Altin Gün who turned into nominated for GECE and Angelique Kidjo who was nominated for CELIA amongst others.
Burna Boy and Kidjo are the only African artists nominated in the World Music category, as opposed to the previous Grammys where four out of the five nominees hailed from Africa. The eventual winner was Ladysmith Black Mambazo for the South African a capella group’s album Shaka Zulu Revisited: 30th Anniversary Celebration.