“Burna Boy Promised To Take Blacko On Tour But He's On Tour Performing Blacko's Song Without Him”-Kwaw Kese Fumes
Ghanaian rapper, Emmanuel Kofi Botwe, widely known as Kwaw Kese has tackled Burna Boy for dishonoring his promise of taking Black Sherif on his music tours.
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After the release of the “Second Sermon Remix” composed by Black Sherif featuring Burna Boy, the latter promised to embark on all his tours with Black Sherif but unfortunately, he wasn’t being truthful.
He was seen performing on a stage with Black Sherif in Nigeria but after that, Burna Boy has been seen on multiple stages performing the song without the original composer of the song.
During his recent show at Madison Square Garden in New York City in the United States of America, Burna Boy was spotted thrilling the audience with the “Second Sermon Remix” on stage.
In reaction to that, Kwaw Kese has berated the Nigerian superstar for not honoring his promise, yet he performs Black Sherif’s song at all his concerts both in Nigeria and abroad.
Taking to his Twitter page, he wrote; Burna promised to take Blacko on tour but he’s on tour performing Blacko songs without him. @burnaboy you lied ???
See the tweet below:
In other news, British disc jockey and radio presenter, Tim Westwood has reportedly been accused of sexual misconduct.
Per the allegations leveled against him, the victims involved claimed that the DJ abused his position in the music industry to exploit them or have his way with them.
Further reports from BBC and the Guardian state that the 64-year-old media personality has been cited with predatory and unwanted sexual behavior and touching, in incidents between 1992 and 2017.
However, Tim Westwood is said to have vehemently denied the allegations leveled against him the seven women who accused him of sexual misconduct.
Also, the victims who spoke to BBC about the sexual delinquency of Tim Westwood are all blacks and they claim to have had an encounter with him through his works, adding that he has been abusing his power in the music industry.