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Last night at Burna Boy’s show in Atlanta, a fan standing in front was giving ‘bad energy’ and Burna Boy was not having it.
He dipped his hands in his pocket, refunded his ticket money and told security to escort the poor fan out of the venue.
In a twist however, Burna Boy changed his mind towards the end of the show, brought the guy on stage and together, they danced his famous ‘gbese’ dance..
See both videos below…
ICYMI, @burnaboy legit refunded someone his ticket money and told him to go home at his show in ATL yesterday.
— Mr President (@ELeeTrait) September 11, 2019
Burna boy later called the guy up on stage and they danced together.
AFRICAN GIANT status reconfirmed!!!!!!pic.twitter.com/zeQhBDnGXM
— AJ | Adonai (@mrmanhere_) September 11, 2019
Damini Ogulu popularly known professionally as Burna Boy, is a Nigerian Afro-fusion singer and songwriter. Burna rose to prominence in 2012 after releasing the lead single “Like to Party” from his debut studio album, L.I.F.E (2013).
Burna Boy was signed by Aristokrat Record Label in the year 2013. After he released his studio debut album, ‘L.I.F.E’ the album sold 40,000 on the first day of it’s release.
According to Forbes, as of September 2019, Burna Boy’s net worth is estimated to be approximately $3.5 million.