The video has since stirred serious drama on Twitter, with people sharing their various opinions on the video and the presumed relationship between both artistes. Bloggers and influencers took to their respective channels to post the video and it went viral in no time. The female rapper would later confirm in a post that Burna Boy is, indeed, her lover as his video had suggested, insisting that they had yet to do the sex. She shared videos on her Instagram story of a band playing music for her and the gifts from Burna Boy for valentine.
‘The On The Low hitmaker has had a great run in recent times. He has firmly set his foot in the Nigerian music industry as he seeks for more audience in the global market. He has collaborated with many top acts including J Hus, Lily Allen and is accruing more fans both in the US and UK. He has held tours and concerts with a notable feat of selling out a concert he headlined at the London O2 Brixton Academy. He will be performing at this year’s Coachella. African giant?
Stefflon Don is a fast-rising British rapper who has had a score of hit songs like Hurtin’ Me, Senseless. She has worked with a number of prominent names such as Jeremih, Lil Yachty, Halsey, Demi Lovato and more. She made the XXL Freshman Class in 2018. Stefflon is working her way up in the UK music industry. She has been described by many fans and social media users as ‘sexy’ which is considered to be an added advantage to her career as a rapper. She is currently signed to Quality Control Music – a label which is home to the Migos, Lil Yachty, Lil Baby.
As much as this video has incited a lot of reactions from fans and people on social media, there is one angle which I’d like to explore. Most folks have only focused on the romantic relationship between the two artistes and are completely neglecting the relationship as regards to music. Afrobeats is enormously gaining grounds in the UK. With musicians like Kojo Funds, Wretch 32, Yxng Bane, Kida Kudz, Naira Marley, and many others establishing the genre in the UK music industry. Hopefully, this relationship will foster more collaborations between Nigerian acts and artistes in the UK.