Nigerian musician Burna Boy has thanked his UK fans for helping his latest album, ‘I Told Them,’ reach number one on the UK album chart. He expressed his gratitude on social media, calling the achievement an “impossible dream.” Burna Boy received a plaque to commemorate the feat and plans to visit different parts of the UK to show his appreciation by signing albums. While many praised him, some Nigerians criticized him for neglecting his local fans.
Nigerian Afro-fusion artist Burna Boy expressed his gratitude to his UK fans on social media after his latest album ‘I Told Them’ reached the top spot on the UK album chart, making him the first Nigerian act to achieve this feat.
He referred to this achievement as something that seemed impossible, but was made possible by his UK fans who have been celebrating him since he attained this milestone.
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He was recently gifted a plaque for this achievement, which he proudly posed with.
Burna Boy referred to his UK fans as the pinnacle of his success and expressed his deep gratitude, stating that they made it possible for a Nigerian act to achieve what seemed impossible.
“To all my UK people who have taken this album to #1. I will never stop thanking you. You have made another one of my most impossible dreams come true. I will be going to as many parts of the UK this week to show my appreciation by signing as many albums as I possibly can and hold a little vibe with you all. I love you very much. Thank you.”
However, some Nigerians were not pleased with his view and criticized him for ignoring them.
See his post below;