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Shatta Wale, Wizkid, Patoranking & other top African acts congratulate Burna Boy on his Grammy nomination

Follow @eventlabgh < Superior efforts deserves superior results. Afro fusion act Burna Boy is at the center of attention in...

By Eventlabgh , in Entertainment News , at November 21, 2019


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Superior efforts deserves superior results. Afro fusion act Burna Boy is at the center of attention in Africa right about now enjoying his recent nomination at the 62nd Grammy Award for the “Best World Music Album” with his “African Giant” album for the first time. And Twitter trends is flooded with lots of congratulatory messages from colleague acts all over Africa and the world. It is their hope and prayer for him to emerge as the winner in that category.

Below are selected few acts who sent out their heartfelt congrats messages to Burna Boy:

• Shatta Wale
“Congrats @burnaboy my nigga my nigga ✊✊✊😂😂😂”

• Patoranking
“Huge congrats @burnaboy Go bring it home 💪🏻”

• Teni Entertainer
“After @burnaboy wins the Grammy’s Naija Passport fit get small value.”

• Wizkid
“King Burna!! @burnaboy ! 🏆🏆🏆❤️ congratulations blood! You deserve everything and more! From time G.”

• Cassper Nyovest
“Congrats to Burna Boy and Trevor Noah on thier Grammy nominations. #AfricansGaints.”

• M.anifest
“No be sey sake off e be my guy… but talk true… Burna Boy has EARNED every single ting coming his way. Inspiring.
#Tomorrow”

• Zlatan
“My brother, @burnaboy has put me on world’s map. I am eternally grateful for this. Killin Dem is one of the best things that have happened to me. Thank you very much, Burna for putting me on the huge track. Small boy from Agbede, Ikorodu is now a Grammy nominee!!”

• DJ Spinall
“Burna Boy worked hard is ass off and never looked down on anyone. Always willing to collaborate anytime any day. No be today ! I’m glad I’m witnessing all of it. Congratulations again @burnaboy 🙌🏾”

• Simi
“Burna better win ❤️”

Story by: John Claude Tamakloe.

Source: Beenie Words