Nigerian star Burna Boy has been trending since his club appearance at Privee Westlands over the weekend.
If you still don’t know, well, Kenyans on Twitter (KOT) were not too pleased with the “Check and Balance” artist for one; allegedly showing up late (4 AM), two; for calling Kenyans peasants and three; his reply to radio presenter Alex Mose below.
Our very own Sauti Sol and Anto Neosol did not hide their sentiments about the whole situation either.
A frustrated Anto Neosoul immediately took to twitter; clearly stating that Kenyan artists are not appreciated enough in their own country.
Burna Boy however was not about to take any of the tweets lying down.
Sauti Sol’s Delvin Mudigi too though in different words also shared a video on twitter asking Kenyans to “check themselves” before taking to twitter under the guise of “KOT” posing the question; who is the problem? Promoters? Kenyans? Or the artists? that a Kenyan act can’t be called for a club appearance…
Tired of all this Burna Boy talk. We can't always do the same things and expect different results. IWEJEEEE? pic.twitter.com/npLfHRe6vz
— SAUTI SOL (@sautisol) April 3, 2017
From whichever side you decide to look at this one things certain both Anto Neosoul’s and Sauti Sol’s Delvin’s arguments hold water.