Teniola says that the African Giant ”Burna boy” is not apologizing to anyone. Teni Stands up against the South Africans for Burna. Also saying that South Africans belongs to all Africans.
The issue of Xenophobia has been the reason for the struggles between the Nigerian Burna boy and South Africans. Xenophobia is the purpose most Nigerians are afraid and even the celebrities are not willing to go there.
There have been several shades between South African Artist ”AKA” with Nigeria Burna boy. And so many more. This has been up for a few months now.
Subsequently, the threats of violence canceled the Africa Unite concert. The highly publicized anti-xenophobia concert “Africa Unite” that Burna Boy was said to headline in South Africa got canceled. This is for the safety of the artists and attendees of the concert.
However, the South African government did nothing about the threats. And has Burna’s management to withdraw from the concert and led to its cancellation.
However, the original conversation started when Teniola Apata popularly known as Teni Makanaki was asked to come to South Africa. She responds by saying ”Let Burna go and come back first”. Another twitter user then say ”He’s not coming here without apologising”.
Following this, funny Teni says ”You are not the owner of South Africa! It is for all of us. Gbogbo wa la jo ni South Africa. He’s not apologizing to Iyalaya anybody”.
Teni, however, won’t stop surprising us with jokes every day. Everyone is going crazy about her latest single titled ”Billionaire”. The line ”iyalaya anybody” is from the song and that gives birth to several reactions on Twitter.
The xenophobic reaction seems to be unending as South Africans tries to lure Teniola to come.
See the tweet below: