Afrobeat sensation, Burna Boy’s love life have once again taken center stage. The Nigerian superstar has found himself at the heart of a of speculation, involving him and Jamaican singer, Jada Kingdom.
Some months back, Burna Boy hinted at a possible romance with Jamaican singer Jada Kingdom, declaring that Jamaican girls have the “best pum pum.”
Jada Kingdom was spotted wearing Burna Boy’s chain, raising questions about the nature of their connection and further adding fuel to the fire. However, neither party confirmed nor denied these speculations, leaving fans in suspense.
But, it seems the rumors have taken a quick turn. New speculation suggest that Jada Kingdom is now in a relationship with Pardi Fontaine. Let’s recall that Pardi, is the ex boyfriend to hip-hop sensation Megan Thee Stallion. This twist has netizens wondering if Burna Boy (self proclaimed Odogwu) might have gotten his heart broken (chop breakfast).
“Audio african giant” Fans blast Burna Boy following his silence during the election tribunal
Burna boy facing criticism from fans for his long and loud silence during the recent election tribunal proceedings
The election tribunal, which was the focus of national attention yesterday, was one that created a lot of headlines throughout the day.
Burna Boy’s previous songs speaks out loudly about the injustices in the country, making his silence during this period surprising to many
Stefflondon throws clear shade At Burnaboy after sharing a cryptic post on her instagram story
In the midst of Burnaboy’s recent album release and the ensuing controversies, singer Stefflondon has seemingly taken a dig at the “Dey play” artist. Known for his iconic gorilla imagery used in his art, Burnaboy found himself at the center of attention once again as Stefflondon shared an intriguing post on her Instagram story.
The post, a picture of a giant-sized gorilla with a small penis, appears to be a deliberate move by Stefflondon to throw shade at Burnaboy.
The subtle yet bold message has sent a wave of speculation among fans and followers, as the image struck a chord with Burnaboy’s widely recognized persona as the “African Giant.”