Singer calls Nigerian bloggers dummies

The singer, who is preparing for a concert in London, accused bloggers of not confirming the truth in their reports before disseminating them.

 

This was contained in an Instagram post on Friday, June 24, 2016.

According to the singer, the bloggers who reported the story of his alleged baby mama, Uju Stella, played themselves by not confirming if the story was true.

The post also included what looked like a pregnancy result posted from the account of Stella.

Another comment in the Instagram screenshot, saw a post by Instablo9ja, confirming that Stella had lied about the pregnancy.

The alleged baby mama, earlier made a comment on Instagram, threatening to report Burna Boy to the police for breaking the door to her apartment.

Burna Boy quickly switched his attention to his upcoming concert in London, as soon as he had made his point.

He revealed that he could not wait to meet his UK fans at the airport. Also promising to keep them posted about his landing time.

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