Burna Boy has finally reacted to the protest against him in SA, but the first thing he did, was to appreciate the EFF leader, Julius Malema.
While many took to social media to kick against the Nigerian singer’s coming to SA for the African’s Unite concert, Julius supported the him.
I won’t be intimidated or blackmailed by bed wetting boys, welcome home @burnaboy. South Africa is a home for all Africans, kill me for defending an African brother, bloody Cowards.
— Julius Sello Malema (@Julius_S_Malema) November 15, 2019
Responding to Julius’s support, Burna Boy says he is “willing to die” for the unity of African countries and he’s also looking forward to meeting the EFF leader.
“Thank you @Julius_S_Malema Africa must Unite and I am willing to Die for that cause just like you brother. I look forward to meeting you.”
Meanwhile, speaking about xenophobia in SA, the Nigerian star says it’s real and he was once a victim. However, he loves SA.
Let’s not act like xenophobia is not real in South Africa, let’s not act like Nigerians, Tanzanians, Zimbabweans and many other AFRICANS have not been victims in the last three years. Please Let us all do our part to Unite Africa.
I love South Africa. I love Africa more.
Being South African does NOT make you more important than any other AFRICAN. https://t.co/3jDdgzPME8
Lol. I’m coming and you and anyone against it are gunna have to kill me to stop me. https://t.co/qFilgS9JqF