It has emerged that the dress Burna Boy wore for the music video of the trending Second Sermon Rmx costs $5,000, per a report shared by Ghanaian Disc Jockey, DJ Slim.
The music video which is nearing 1m views on YouTube is a collaboration between Ghana’s Black Sherif and self-proclaimed African Giant, Burna Boy (Nigeria).
The Grammy award-winning wore a very nice lycra top with a stylish padded shoulder design which complemented his dreadlocks and ‘business-minded’ face.
Slim made this revelation to prove why Nigerians take their craft seriously unlike their Ghanaian counterparts in an editorial content he aired on Radio One FM based in Kumasi.
He also underlined how ungrateful a lot of Ghanaian artistes are which has ultimately become the bane of our retrogression in the music industry juxtaposed to what goes on in neighbouring Nigeria.
He goes on to accuse Black Sherif of leaving behind a 7-bedroom house his manager gave him which was equipped with an ultra-modern studio and a gym. He also claims his manager also bought him different pairs of sneakers exceeding 100 pieces which he left all behind to be to get affiliated with Empire Entertainment.
On the same wavelength, Slim revealed Sherif’s manager picked him from nowhere and gave him the needed push financial to excel, and now that he’s popular, he has paid him with evil. He further shared a screenshot, videos, and pictures of what the manager had done for him to substantiate his wild allegations.