Proud of lil bro -Burna boy reacts to Black Sherif’s new album

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  • Nigerian Reggae and Afrobeats star, Burna Boy has finally reacted to Black Sherif’s debut album, “The Villain I Never was,” weeks after it was dropped.
  • The Grammy award winner, who fell in love with Black Sherif’s talent and proceeded to jump onto the remix of his “Second Sermon” song has finally shard his thoughts on the album.

Nigerian Reggae and Afrobeats star, Burna Boy has finally reacted to Black Sherif’s debut album, “The Villain I Never was,” weeks after it was dropped.

The Grammy award winner, who fell in love with Black Sherif’s talent and proceeded to jump onto the remix of his “Second Sermon” song has finally shard his thoughts on the album.

Since the release of the album, fans have been expectant to see Burna Boy’s reaction, and it is finally here, at last.

In a snapchat post, Burna Boy, who has been touring the world, shared a screenshot of the album with the caption;

“Proud of lil bro.”

He also went ahead to encourage his followers to buy and listen to the album.

See screenshot of his post below;

Recall that Burna Boy had stirred speculations about a possible beef with Ghanaian rave of the moment, Black Sheriff.

A video which has gone viral on social media shows the moment the Grammy winner snubbed Sheriff when he wanted a handshake.

Burna Boy, who is in Jamaica, was interacting with fans when Jamaican star, Popcaan and the Ghanaian musician stepped out of a room to meet him.

He gave a handshake to Popcaan but refused to shake Black Sheriff who stretched out his hand slightly.

Odogwu did as if he did not see the rapper and went back to chatting with other people in the room.

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