Nigerian singer Burna Boy found guilty, commits unacceptable crimes


Nigerian singer Burna Boy has been accused and found guilty of committing several unacceptable crimes in the United States, France, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom in 2023.

Nigerian singer Burna Boy has shown no remorse for committing these crimes and has continued to repeat them. Several US citizens have reported the Nigerian singer for kïlling and shutting down shows with fire performances and online pieces of evidence. There is no way for the Nigerian singer Burna Boy to deny the accusations, as the evidence is overwhelming.


As per the reports by the government of the United States, France, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom, singer Burna Boy has been sentenced to 50 years of enjoyment after reviewing the evidence.

Meanwhile, It is because the money he acquired from shutting down these shows has exceeded tens of millions. He has also been fined for carrying the title of the World Giant until further notice.

As per the sources, Nigerian Singer Burna Boy had previously talked about accusations put against him through his official social account.

According to Burna Boy, when someone does not like you, they team up with others who are against you. Not stopping there, he added that they do not have to be friends, but their common enmity will bring them together.

In his words: “When people don’t like you, they will ride with anybody that is against you. They may not even like them. They both have one assignment.”

Furthermore, Nigerian Singer Burna Boy’s also shared a Snapchat post that soon made it to other social media platforms, and it became a topic of discussion for some Nigerians.


Regarding this, Many netizens claimed the Nigerian singer was also guilty of the words of the general people of United States, France, Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

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