Singer Buju, known by his real name Daniel Benson, has recently raised many eyebrows with an interesting proposition for men. Buju took to his social media platform to share an idea that has left many surprised.
The singer’s proposal is bold and straight to the point. He advised men to actively pursue romantic encounters with someone else’s girlfriend. He told them to do this at least once every year.
“Once in a year, try to dey knack somebody girlfriend,” he stated in a post alongside an image of his hand resting on the steering wheel, signing off with “ODG.”
The post, has sparked both debate and disbelief among netizens.
“Burna was right, most Afrobeats artists have no substance” Singer Buju
Kemi Filani reported that Afrobeats Singer Buju had shown his support his for his fellow Afrobeat artist and self-proclaimed African giant, Burna Boy. This comes after Burna Boy’s admission that Afrobeats artists lacked substance.
In a live video he conducted that afternoon, the crooner of “For Days” revealed that he and Burna Boy were among the few Afrobeat artists who still possessed substance in their music.
He also disclosed that while watching Burna Boy’s recent interview, in which he commented on the lack of substance in the music of Afrobeats artists, he had immediately concurred with Burna Boy’s perspective. Buju had been taken aback by the various interpretations that people had given to Burna Boy’s statement.
Music executive, Don Jazzy, has revealed his choice to use the real controversial singer portable, rather than Buju, as a case study to train his artists Rema and Ayra Starr.
During an interview with Joey Akan, the founder of Mavins, Don Jazzy explained how he leverages Portable’s controversial lifestyle to provide valuable lessons for his artists. He contrasted Portable’s ability to consistently remain in the spotlight with Buju’s situation. Despite Buju’s evident talent, he hasn’t garnered publicity like Portable has.
In support of his argument, Don Jazzy pointed out that Portable, who has been in the spotlight for a year, boasts a million Instagram followers, while Buju is still struggling to gain a substantial follower count. This decision to focus on Portable’s experiences as a teaching tool showcases Don Jazzy’s unique approach to imparting wisdom to his talented protégés.