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Why I don’t like people on Twitter – Burna Boy

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Burna Boy, the Grammy-winning Nigerian artist, expressed his disapproval of users on the microblogging platform X, formerly known as Twitter, describing them as “eccentric.” He initially believed that this behavior was exclusive to Nigerians on X, but his travels worldwide revealed that it’s a widespread phenomenon.

In a recent interview with Kiss FM in London, the self-proclaimed ‘African Giant’ shared his perspective, stating, “I have reservations about Twitter users. I used to believe it was primarily Nigerians on Twitter who exhibited these eccentric behaviors. However, during my travels, I realized that this behavior is a global occurrence.”

Burna Boy’s observations extended to other countries, including Kenya, South Africa, and the United States. He noted that Twitter users in these regions also had their own distinct groups known for their unique online behavior, drawing a comparison to Lil Durk’s OTF (Only The Family) group.

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Why you shouldn’t care about what people think of you – Don Jazzy

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Music executive Michael Collins Ajereh, known as Don Jazzy, recently offered fans advice on handling critics. He emphasized not being troubled by criticisms once they achieve their goals, noting that critics are indifferent during their struggles.

Don Jazzy explained that paying attention to critics serves as a distraction.

On his X handle on Saturday, he wrote: “Nobody cares about you when you are struggling and grinding. If you worry about what people think once you make it, then you didn’t learn anything during the come-up and will be back to suffering soon.”

“Worrying about what people think during both your grinding phase and your successful phase is a distraction.”

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I’m on same level as Burna Boy, Wizkid, Davido – Rema

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Renowned Nigerian musician Divine Ikubor, popularly known as Rema, has suggested that he belongs in the same league as Wizkid, Davido, and Burna Boy.

Wizkid, Davido, and Burna Boy are widely recognized as the foremost Nigerian/Afrobeats artists globally and are collectively referred to as the “Big 3.”

Rema is now asserting his position among this elite group. In a recent social media post, the ‘Calm Down’ singer stated that he now considers himself part of this league, stating: “No more Big 3, there’s now a Big 4.”

His statement has sparked mixed reactions, with some agreeing with him while others argue that despite his achievements in streaming and chart performance, he still needs years of consistent success to fully earn that status.

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My family distribute electricity to most of Nigeria – Davido

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Renowned musician David Adeleke, also known as Davido, recently asserted during an appearance on an American podcast, ‘Business Untitled,’ that his family plays a significant role in Nigeria’s energy sector by operating four power plants. According to him, these power plants make substantial contributions to Nigeria’s electricity supply.

In discussing his family’s business ventures and personal investments, Davido mentioned his brief foray into cryptocurrency due to its popularity in Nigeria. He also highlighted his family’s involvement in the energy sector, emphasizing their ownership of four lucrative power plants that distribute electricity across a considerable portion of Nigeria.

Additionally, Davido disclosed plans to venture into the restaurant business with his wife, who has a passion for culinary arts. However, he reiterated that his primary focus remains on his music career.

While Davido’s family boasts wealth and investments in the energy sector, some observers may dispute his claim that their power plants supply the majority of Nigeria’s energy needs. The Nigerian government owns most of the significant thermal and hydropower plants in the country.

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