Burna Boy’s Sister Shades Davido After He Calls Him A ‘New Cat’
Nissi Ogulu responds as Davido refers to Burna Boy as a “new cat.”
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
On June 8, Nigerian Twitter erupted when Davido referred to Burna Boy as a “new cat” in an interview with a French newspaper.
An Influencer shared The video on Twitter, and it instantly sparked debate among fans of both musicians, who passionately differed on the classification’s veracity.
Davido added in the interview that he and Wizkid were unquestionably the first singers to break out of Nigeria and introduce their music to a worldwide audience.
He named several fresh talents, describing them as “new cats, ” bringing Afrobeats to a worldwide audience.
Rema, Fireboy, Mayorkun, and Asake were named as new cats, and Burna Boy was also referenced.
Nissi, Burna Boy’s younger sister, and a singer, has responded to Davido’s remark with a video on her Instagram account.
She shared a video of herself dancing at Burna Boy’s recent performance at the historic London Stadium, which drew 60,000 people. The video was captioned, “New cats are facing their hustle.”
Davido’s comment has sparked widespread outrage on social media, with others agreeing that 2018 and ‘YE’ marked the beginning of Burna Boy’s success. Some argue that Burna Boy’s early success with his 2012 smash song ‘Like To Party’ proves he isn’t a newcomer.
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