King Burna!! @burnaboy !️ Cngratulations Blood! You Deserve Everything And More! From Time G.


Nigerian Popstar, Ayodeji Balogun Wizkid has reacted to the nomination of Burna Boy for the 2020 Grammy Awards.
DAILY POST had reported that Burna Boy’s album,’ African Giant’ was on Wednesday nominated for Grammy Award alongside Gece ‘Altin Gun’ and Celia ‘Angelique Kidjo’
The 62nd Grammy Awards will air on Sunday, January 26, 2020.
Reacting to the nomination, Wizkid alongside other Nigerians took to their social media to celebrate the ‘ye’ crooner.
Wizkid on Twitter wrote, ”King Burna!! @burnaboy, congratulations blood. You deserve everything and more from time G.”
Here are some comments DAILY POST gathered on Twitter…..
@Zaddy_nomso, ”Burna Boy had an Album ready until the Coachella incident, ditched that & recorded African Giant. Went from getting mocked to getting a Grammy Nomination for his album. The Mentality of a Winner & the Talent of a Star.”
@DrOlufunmilayo, ”Life has a huge sense of humour.Burna Boy gets withdrawn from performing in South Africa for speaking against xenophobia.
On the same day,Burna Boy gets a Grammy Nomination.Whoever doesn’t let him perform,That’s their loss.Huge congratulations to Burna Boy.”
@djzizzy_music, ”Burna boy for Grammy, big big one for the culture.”
@theShe_, ”Yes African Giant certainly deserves that Grammy Nom. I can never get tired of that album! Congratulations Burna Boy you deserve it!”
@rosictrevor, ”Burna nominated for Grammy Awards. Well deserved, African Giant is beast of an album.”
@yung_stunning, ”See love spreading everywhere, our artistes have been congratulating Burna Boy for being nominated at 62nd grammy world award. This is Burna boy time and nobody is hotter than him this year, he deserves it.”
@KagisoBishop1, ”Keep up Burna Boy.As bug as he is he ain’t coming to on Africa Unite Concert.We humbled him.”
@thickbrownsnack, ”Burna ‘s 2019 just inspired me to never give up. They might not recognize you in time, they would rather entertain people who aren’t even half as good as you, but don’t stop grinding! One day, your work will speak for you.Congrats on the Grammy nomination African Giant.”

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