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Netizens react as Burna Boy announces date for music video release amid mourning for Mohbad

Netizens react as Burna Boy's announces date for music video release amid mourning for Mohbad

Nigerian singer Damini Ogulu, popularly known as Burna Boy, has become the subject of intense criticism on social media.

On his official X account, formerly known as Twitter, Burna Boy announced the release of a music video for his song City Boys featured on his upcoming album, I Told Them, set to launch this Friday.

Unfortunately, this post by Burna Boy has sparked a wave of backlash from Nigerian internet users during a period of mourning for Mohbad.

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Netizens took to the comment section to express their disapproval and call for justice in light of the late singer’s passing.

@charlie_1249 wrote: “The way them go take cook you today eh. you no dey get sense normally so i no shock.”

@jahy_official commented: “Na only u and Stefflondon go watch am.”

@QbetFreeBets said: “I speak for everyone when we say we won’t be watching the video until justice is served for Mohbad. RIP MOHBAD 🕊️”

@iamscrummy_ supported: “Odogwu drop it let them weep.”

@abdixxyszn said: “Burna Boy clearly knows Mohbad, he hasn’t even dropped a tweet paying respect to him or an Instagram post. Burna boy you can do better.”

@mister_ade5 wrote: “No worry, I go stream am Odogwu but Abeg if you see Naira Marley help me break bottle for hin head.”

@doubleStar_OTF commented: “He did very bad to post it at this time.”

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