Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 4.2K If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share! In a somewhat elusive clip, an interviewer posed a particular question to Burna Boy, a query that would unexpectedly become a crucial factor in some individuals’ perception of the artist. The clip, which isn’t readily accessible, holds a certain significance for those curious about Burna Boy’s stance. As depicted above, the pivotal question that Burna Boy was asked revolved around the significance of the (black) diaspora returning to their ancestral homelands. However, true to his penchant for stirring up controversy, Burna Boy responded candidly. It’s essential to note that he offered his insights with the best of intentions, portraying Africa as a welcoming haven for African Americans. More Articles You Would Love VIDEO: Nigerian Star Wars Actor, John Boyega Attacked For Saying “F*** You Racist ‘White’ People” & He’s Not Apologizing Selina Beb Fashion Line Launches Store In Accra, Ghana In his response, Burna Boy delved into an explanation concerning how the Chinese and Italians have managed to cultivate more harmonious and respected relations with the American government due to their strong connections with their respective home countries. In contrast, he highlighted the relative lack of such connections for African Americans. This discourse subsequently unraveled into a series of additional questions, eventually giving rise to a rumor that Burna Boy had asserted “Black Americans have no culture.” This claim has since become a focal point of controversy whenever Burna Boy is discussed, especially given that his three most recent hits have incorporated elements of African American culture. One music piece even depicts the artist donning quintessential Hip Hop attire. Many now question: “If Burna Boy purportedly disputes their cultural identity, why does he emulate their culture?” This topic emerged during Burna Boy’s appearance on the ‘360 With Speedy’ show on Complex TV, hosted by Speedy. The show, renowned for its extensive conversations, offers insights into the untold stories of cherished musicians, actors, and celebrities, exploring the secrets to their success in a rapidly evolving industry. During this episode, Burna Boy refuted the claims that he had ever stated ‘Black Americans have no culture.’ He underscored his commitment to fostering a connection between Africans and the diaspora, reinforcing his determination to bridge the gap between these two integral parts of the global African community. Read More Like This On Nigeria Celebrity Watch UPCOMING TOP EVENTS! VIEW ALL EVENTSAFRICAS BIGGEST FASHION WEEK IS HERE!Click Here To Submit stories Email: [email protected] or HashTag #FashionGHANA Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail FashionGHANA Admin FashionGHANA.com is a Fashion PR Company, Events planning & management team as well as Africa's leading Fashion Media House. Get Intouch with us and let's see how we can help you grow. info@FashionGHANAcom More For You Get A Load Of The Top 15 Afrobeats Jams As Jyzno & Lasmid... “We Created A Banger” Ghanaian Afrobeats Star Lasmid Pays Respect To Deceased Nigerian... Court Orders Halle Berry To Pay $8K Monthly In Child Support To Olivier... Rihanna and ASAP Rocky Welcome a Baby Boy RZA Fans Claim Burna Boy’s Latest Album Is “Not Afrobeats Enough” & Blast Him... Ghanaian Celebrities Wanlov & Sarkodie Plead With Ghanaian Army Not To Kill Nigeriens... “All That (Stolen) Money And Still Couldn’t Buy A Good Wig” – Efia... Bonang Matheba Steals The Show At The Just Ended Miss South Africa 2023... VIDEO: “I Would Love To Go To Ghana” Legendary Rapper Nas (Nasir Jones)... Check Out The Ghanaian Fashion Brand Yvonne Ex; Behind Dr Umar’s Afrocentric Viral... Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.