South African rapper Sho Madjozi has taken a swipe at Grammy nominee and multiple BET award winner Burna Boy.
Sho Madjozi stated emphatically during an interview on YFM that she is not intimidated by any Nigerian artist.
This comes after Burna Boy was reported to have asked for Sho’s remix song pulled from streaming services and also losing to Burna Boy at the just ended BET Awards.
“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 further intimated that not even Burna’s team trusted him to tweet for himself, and said that all her tweets were 100% authentic.
“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. They are a person, I am a person. Just because you are on an international level, so are we.”
“For those asking where the Own It remix is, after I got nominated alongside him for BET Best International Act, Burna Boy asked Stormzy’s team to take down the song immediately. Song was out for a whole month before that, no problem.” she added.