Sho Madjozi is not scared of Burna Boy, Calls him a Bully

The issue between the South African female rapper Sho Madjozi and Burna Boy, a Nigerian artist is still hot.

Sho outed him to be a bully and further said that she is not intimated by him.

A few days to the BET Awards, the BET nominee laid accusation on him of sabotaging her.

This was after taking down her collaboration with Stormy from streaming services.

Though Burna died his involvement and said that the song might have been flagged as the record label may have not cleared it.

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The rapper refused to buy Burna’s explanation and kept on taking shots at the Nigerian artist.

Talking to Scoop Makhathini and Bontle Modiselle on their YFM show, Sho thinks the African music industry is flawed by people who want to dominate and be the only star though there is enough space for everyone.

“I know that, like, he is a bully. It is that thing of gatekeeping in this industry as if there can only be one African superstar on a global platform.

“I don’t believe in that at all, there is enough space for everyone,” she said.

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Although Burna has climbed to international status and he can’t intimidate her as she is also an international star.

Though the Nigerian artist does not tweet for himself and Sho Madjozi alleges that his behavior does not allow him to use his Twitter account.

“They don’t even let him tweet for himself because they know how he is. Everything you see about me out there is me. I write it.

“I stand for what I stand for and I will always say things how they are. At the end of the day, I am not scared of anyone.

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“They are a person, I am a person. Just because you are on an international level, so are we,” Sho concluded.

The South African Sho was nominated along Burna and Stormzy under the category for Best International Act. Though Burna Boy took home the award.

For Sho, the nomination meant so much to her and she appreciated the organization for the acknowledgment of her work.


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