Wizkid, Davido and Burna Boy were reportedly spotted at the same club yesterday night in Ghana but it was the two latter who were said to have engaged in actions causing rumpus at the scene.
A video circulating the internet shows David Adeleke aka Davido been escorted out of that particular scene of the club, probably to a new space and according to the video, we can see Davido dragging with the guards as if he still had a bone to pick with whoever he had disagreements with at that moment but for some reasons, rumours circulating the internet is that the person Davido was ‘fighting’ at that instance is no other than Burna Boy; the video evidence as of now however does not point to that.
Burna and Davido dey fight. Wikzid no even flinch 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/9fcZFxMozT
— ARIELLA 💕 (Your Footies 🔌) (@iamdahmmie) December 28, 2020
Adding humour to the video, is StarBoy Wizkid sipping from his bottle of alcoholic beverage, not interfering in whatever was going on between Davido, the guards and whoever he had beef with.
This has prompted a lot memes from Nigerians on popular social media app — Twitter, as they use it as an opportunity to catch cruise and make light of the situation. These are some select picks out of the many memes and reactions to the story:
Davido and Burna Boy are well known for providing hits, well this makes sense now.
Burna boy and davido taking hits to another level,Kings👑
— Beardless Viking 💀 (@Realahmad__) December 28, 2020
The puns in these tweets should be framed and put in a museum. Okay, just kidding but there is no denying their intuitiveness:
Burna boy and Davido had beef but nobody thought they were Ghana fight for real
— Attah of Nigeria🇳🇬 (@Akortainment) December 28, 2020
If Davido really fought Burna Boy, then he wouldn't be the first David to have fought a Giant.
— Marvin the Paranoid Android (@Boboye_Ak) December 28, 2020
Mad if Burna was Stoned 🙃
— Odogwu🤴 (@Daddy_Nomso) December 28, 2020
Omo, I just dey Tema guy say I hope say na cap
— Four-eyed Edo Boy™ (@Alex_Houseof308) December 28, 2020
davido fought burna boy? 👀 pic.twitter.com/LWdmREeG5a
— chime®, the boxbreaker (@reserved_icon) December 28, 2020
Wizkid was not exempted from the cruise catching and meme-ing either, as tweeps used him as an example of a peaceful being and an easy going person:
I don’t know what this beef between Davido and Burna boy is but Wizkid is very good at minding his own business 😂😂 damn!
— Bayo (@mr_adebayo5) December 28, 2020
Wizkid wondering why he is the one trending when it is Davido and Burna that was involved in the fight in Ghana pic.twitter.com/A8f82yFPNf
— OMOJIATE EKPUKHON✪❄️🀄️ ❼ ♛ (@_Omojiate) December 28, 2020
Y'all thought wizkid was joking when he sang No Stress? Baba no even send Davido and Burna boy fight 😂.
— Victor Babatunde (@vhic_tore) December 28, 2020
Burna and Davido fighting in the club
Wizkid: Aired dfkm
— Bobby (@signor_bobby) December 28, 2020
if them make boarding school compulsory, wizkid go still be day student, the boy just dey so unboardered
— 🍷 Daddy Oyoyo (@daddyoyoyoo) December 28, 2020
Davido, Burna Boy and Wizkid in a club in Ghana yesterday pic.twitter.com/bfJSN5lHLV
— ZEUS (@itzbasito) December 28, 2020
Beyoncé features Tems on the girls’ anthem, “MOVE”
Tems and Grace Jones add vocals on Beyoncé’s MOVE, track 10, produced by Guilty Beatz and P2J on her newly released album, RENAISSANCE. The song’s deep bass drums and claps give it a lively touch as the lyrics invigorate the listeners, especially the female audience to take charge of their lives, making sure their presence is felt anytime they step into a building.
Beyoncé’s verses are as commanding as can be, “Move, move, move, move (Move) / Yeah, you gotta move, move / Anything you do / Will be held against you”, she boldly sings in the first verse; Tems, on the other hand, did not get a verse to her name but can be heard on the interlude chanting “Who this girl in the back of the room? / Who this girl in the back of the room? / Who this girl in the back of the room? / It’s the girl, it’s the ‘Yoncé groove”, which sounds like a declaration of intention, notifying any other crew present not to mess with hers, the “’Yoncé groove”.
The bouncy beat and Grace Jones’ backup vocals on each verse serve as a hint to the ladies to move and bounce to the words being said on MOVE.
Portable’s uncouth behaviour and proclaimed gang affiliations get him disqualified from the Headies Award 2022
The organisers of the music award show, Headies Award have disqualified upcoming street-hop singer Portable for his uncouth behaviour, untamed public speeches and proclaimed affiliation with the notorious group, One Million Boys.
This will not be the first time Portable has got into trouble with the organisers of the show. The first time around was due to his controversial statement in a video in which he threatened to use force, even going as far as saying he will kill somebody (which translates to other nominees of the categories he is vying for) if he does not emerge winner during the event scheduled to hold later this year.
However, what warranted Portable’s disqualification from this year’s Headies Award show is the recent video of him associating himself with the dreadful cult – One Million Boys, which he claimed to have founded the group. “Have you heard of Ajah boy? One Million Boys? I established them.”, Portable said in his usual tell-all nonchalant manner. The statement has led to an ongoing investigation by the Nigerian Police Force.
Headies reason as to why Portable is getting disqualified reads in part: We shall not condone reckless and uncouth statements from any artists and hereby linked to such assembly or activities including Mr Okikiola’s [publicly known as Portable] prospects as long as these acts are linked to him as described.
Portable bagged nominations in the Rookie of the Year and Best Street Artist categories for having sprung up to commercial or mainstream recognition with his hit song, Zazu Zeh, but will lose all nods for being “reckless” and “uncouth”.
M.I is proud to be “The Guy” on new single
“Me I like the way that I be feeling now and that’s on Poe”, M.I Abaga smartly lays the bar, using witty wordplay to present his current emotions, that of being The Guy of course. So many matters are on the Nigerian rap veteran’s chest and what better way to let them off than on the microphone like he has thoroughly done for almost two decades now.
M.I addresses different subject matters over his extensive career with clever bars, moving from one situation to the other one while making sure to keep listeners entertained through the two minutes, forty-four seconds rap single. First off, he speaks about his reconciled relationship with Vector, “And me and Vector are cool even though we don’t chat on a daily” before diving into longtime beef with Yung6ix, “Looking Yung6ix coming for the God MC / Man that s–t pain me”.
M.I shouts out label mate and fellow rapper, Loose Kaynon, “And my guy Loose, he got the Jordan connect like he Israeli”; incorporates a voice note from Tiwa Savage which says “Yo, keep that same energy fam“, just immediately after namedropping her in a punchline, “Anybody wants to get to rapping, we could make it happen oh, my guy show/ But remember sey no be only Tiwa Savage that’s on go”; brags without barriers, “Top of the rap game in three decades, call man ‘King’”, all these he does to show why he is the guy.
The Guy dwells more on M.I words than on its instrumental, giving room for proper enunciation and clarity of words from the rapper, passing the intended message. It will be the intro song on the album of the same name, coming out on August 18.