Rapper Eedris Abdulkareem slams Burna Boy for wishing him dead, set to release a song dubbed “Essay to Burnaboy”

Renowned musician Eedris Abdulkareem has penned an open letter aimed at his fellow artist Burna Boy, conveying his dismay over Burna Boy’s expressed desire for his demise.

Yesterday, February 17th 2024, Eedris Abdulkareem, the “Jaga Jaga” hitmaker made headlines as he blasts Burna Boy for saying no one helped his career in Nigeria.

In his words;  “You hear someone like Burna Boy say no one helped him in Nigeria. That’s stupid talk.”

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This however did not go down well with Grammy Award winner Burna Boy who took to his verified page on X to retalite.

Burna Boy made a mockery of Eedris Abdulkareem kidney problems and by extension blames those who contributed money for him to be alive.


In a now-deleted post, Burna Boy wrote; “Abdul Kareem abi wetin dem dey call your papa, I no blame you. I blame people wey donate money for your hospital bills. And I wish say you be person wey fit dey enter the kind places wey I dey dey. make we use mistake jam.”

In a recent Instagram post, Abdulkareem conveyed his sorrow and disillusionment, stressing the seriousness of harboring negative wishes towards others, especially when it originates from a revered figure like Burna Boy.

He condemned Burna Boy for ridiculing his health challenges and demeaning those who supported his recovery, branding such conduct as profoundly disgraceful.

Eedris Abdulkareem went on to denounce the act of threatening his life, asserting that feigning divine power is the height of distasteful humor.

He declared his plans to address Burna Boy through his art form, music, hinting at an impending song dedicated to the situation.

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Wishing me or any other person dead is truly saddening and very disappointing.
Making fun of my health crisis and blaming people that helped to keep me alive is very shameful.
Threatening my life is a different ball game, but for you to play God? Thats the most nauseating foul prank of all times.

Now, conscientious Nigerians and the general public are weighing into the matter and you instantly deleted your demonic prayers for me.

I’ll reply through the only medium that i have…and that is music; so I will be dropping my heartfet response via a single aptly named “Essay to Burnaboy” in a fortnight.

Stay tuned for that because
“No man be GOD”

See his post below;


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