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“He looks like a dancing doughnut” – Burna Boy drags Daniel Regha over Afrobeat comment



  • Music star Burna Boy has fired back at Twitter critic, Daniel Regha, for criticizing his songs and rating it low
  • Daniel had criticized Burna’s songs, while accusing him of sampling other people’s songs

Award winning singer, Burnaboy responds to contentious Twitter influencer Daniel Regha, over his recent statement about his newly released album.

While making an appearance as a guest on the US show 360, hosted by media personality, Speedy Morman, Burna Boy clapped back at Daniel, referring to him as a dancing doughnut.

Daniel’s criticism and low rating of Burna Boy’s album and music traces back to Burna’s statement on afrobeats.

Burna Boy had referred to afrobeat as a genre of music that has little or no substance, while making known that he established his own music line known as Afro fusion.

Burna boy’s statement has garnered a lot of reactions with Netizens including Daniel Regha weighing in on Burna’s new songs and new album.

Daniel Regha criticized Burna Boy of being derivative and always releasing mid-songs of other people’s album, giving his new album a 3/10.

In response, burna boy drags Daniel Regha, referred to him as a dancing doughnut while declaring that he longs for his set of naive and dumb people .

In another story, American rapper, Joe Budden names Burna Boy as the ‘biggest artiste in the world’

On a recent episode of his podcast on the Joe Budden Network, Budden recognized Burna Boy as a significant person in the music industry.

He did, however, voice his displeasure with Burna Boy’s decision to grant rights to Jamaican singer Byron Messia’s popular song “Talibans” after being included in its remix.

According to Budden, he fiercely opposed similar behavior even when Kanye West did it a few years ago.

In his words;

“I’m never a fan of people transferring ownership of already existing songs to themselves after being featured in the remix.

“To the biggest artiste in the world [Burna Boy]. Yeah, I’m not a fan of when that happens. If you made the hit, go work it. If Burna Boy is on it, that should be yours now. But I don’t know the business he [Byron Messia] and Burna Boy did.



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