Wednesday, September 4, 2019

F$$K you too! Burna Boy tells M.I for daring to support South African musician AKA

Burna Boy has warned older singer, M.I to watch it else, he will loose all respect for him. Burna made the plea to M.I on twitter after the rapper supported South African singer, AKA who said Nigerians should stay in their country in the midst of Xenophobic attacks going on in South Africa. Burna tweeted at AKA, telling him F$$K you, then warned M.I it could be F$$K you too if he ever tries to support AKA again.

After AKA's tweet, M.I had said the singer is his friend and he loves Nigerians. Their tweets below...



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    1. Eve the first lady05 September, 2019 06:16

      "GHANA MUST GO" Nigerian revolution of 1983

      In 1983, when Shehu Shagari was the President of Nigeria, an executive order was given to immigrants without proper immigration documents to leave the country or they would be arrested according to the law. Most of the immigrants were West Africans and mainly Ghanaians. Over 2 million men, women and children were affected.

      Incidentally, in 1969 Ghana also expelled Nigerians from its country. In 1969, Ghana enacted the Aliens Compliance Order in which hundreds of thousands of immigrants, most of which were Nigerians, were forcefully expelled from the country.

      Over 1 Million Ghanaians were affected by the order. Ghanaians were mostly attracted to Nigeria because of the oil market of the 70's, but in 1983 when the "Ghana Must Go" revolution started, the economy had weakened and was fast falling apart.


      The immigrants were stranded for weeks, thereafter the Ghanaian authority opened their borders causing Togo to also open theirs, for the Ghanaian refugees to have access back home.

      Fast forward to today: The relationship between Nigeria and Ghana has since been strengthened.

      Moral of this history lesson to you all (especially these ignorant and loudmouthed Nigerian celebs who seems to know shit about their own beloved country) is that we are ONLY at peace and so-called "one" when we don't have to share our meagre resources with our hungry neighbours.

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    1. No M.I is trying to feel like one good guy but he be proper mumu

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  3. up coming artist, BillyZeal needs help

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    1. Enter your reply...talk real shit here man!!!!

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  4. Since Nigerians in South Africa have been advised to stay in their country, likewise, all South African companies operating in Nigeria and all their SA staff should go back to their country. Chikena!

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  5. #Down with xenophobia...

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  6. In 1983, when Shehu Shagari was the President of Nigeria, an executive order was given to immigrants without proper immigration documents to leave the country or they would be arrested according to the law. Most of the immigrants were West Africans and mainly Ghanaians. Over 2 million men, women and children were affected. Incidentally, in 1969 Ghana also expelled Nigerians from its country. In 1969, Ghana enacted the Aliens Compliance Order in which hundreds of thousands of immigrants, most of which were Nigerians, were forcefully expelled from the country.

    Over 1 Million Ghanaians were affected by the order. Ghanaians were mostly attracted to Nigeria because of the oil market of the 70's, but in 1983 when the "Ghana Must Go" revolution started, the economy had weakened and was fast falling apart.

    The problems they experienced didn't end there, because due to an attempted coup the previous year, Ghana's president Jerry Rawlings had closed the main land crossing with Togo to avoid the sudden arrival of over 1 Million people. Togo then also shut its borders with Benin.

    The immigrants were stranded for weeks, thereafter the Ghanaian authority opened their borders causing Togo to also open theirs, for the Ghanaian refugees to have access back home.

    The relationship between Nigeria and Ghana has since been strengthened.

    The migration was then named "Ghana Must Go"

    Seems some of these uneducated loudmouthed Nigerian celebs don't know their own fucked history. Morale of the story here is we ONLY are at peace with our neighbours when we are not forced to share our meagre resources with them. Amen

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  7. Enter your comment...let's stand as one Nigeria and be stronger Burna, Mi together we stand divided we stand lesser #Attah

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  8. you people should stop that we all are human beings,killing one another will not help us at all,less came down, all will be fine

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  9. Eve the first lady05 September, 2019 06:13

    "GHANA MUST GO" Nigerian revolution of 1983

    In 1983, when Shehu Shagari was the President of Nigeria, an executive order was given to immigrants without proper immigration documents to leave the country or they would be arrested according to the law. Most of the immigrants were West Africans and mainly Ghanaians. Over 2 million men, women and children were affected.

    Incidentally, in 1969 Ghana also expelled Nigerians from its country. In 1969, Ghana enacted the Aliens Compliance Order in which hundreds of thousands of immigrants, most of which were Nigerians, were forcefully expelled from the country.

    Over 1 Million Ghanaians were affected by the order. Ghanaians were mostly attracted to Nigeria because of the oil market of the 70's, but in 1983 when the "Ghana Must Go" revolution started, the economy had weakened and was fast falling apart.


    The immigrants were stranded for weeks, thereafter the Ghanaian authority opened their borders causing Togo to also open theirs, for the Ghanaian refugees to have access back home.

    Fast forward to today: The relationship between Nigeria and Ghana has since been strengthened.

    Moral of this history lesson to you all (especially these ignorant and loudmouthed Nigerian celebs who seems to know shit about their own beloved country) is that we are ONLY at peace and so-called "one" when we don't have to share our meagre resources with our hungry neighbours.

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  10. "GHANA MUST GO" Nigerian revolution of 1983

    In 1983, when Shehu Shagari was the President of Nigeria, an executive order was given to immigrants without proper immigration documents to leave the country or they would be arrested according to the law. Most of the immigrants were West Africans and mainly Ghanaians. Over 2 million men, women and children were affected.

    Incidentally, in 1969 Ghana also expelled Nigerians from its country. In 1969, Ghana enacted the Aliens Compliance Order in which hundreds of thousands of immigrants, most of which were Nigerians, were forcefully expelled from the country.

    Over 1 Million Ghanaians were affected by the order. Ghanaians were mostly attracted to Nigeria because of the oil market of the 70's, but in 1983 when the "Ghana Must Go" revolution started, the economy had weakened and was fast falling apart.


    The immigrants were stranded for weeks, thereafter the Ghanaian authority opened their borders causing Togo to also open theirs, for the Ghanaian refugees to have access back home.

    Fast forward to today: The relationship between Nigeria and Ghana has since been strengthened.

    Moral of this history lesson to you all (especially these ignorant and loudmouthed Nigerian celebs who seems to know shit about their own beloved country) is that we are ONLY at peace and so-called "one" when we don't have to share our meagre resources with our hungry neighbours.

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  11. all Nigerians mst go back to home

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