For Afrofusion originator, Damini Ogulu, aka Burna Boy, entertainers and musicians are always fake and pretenders.
The crooner of “like To Party”, who arrived the music scene in 2012 is seen as an uncultured fellow who does not have regard for fellow artist and this stand point has led to him to a handful of feud with key industry players.
However the singer says he is seen as a bad boy because he says the truth the way it is and that majority of people do have the patience to understand him.
“I am someone who calls a spade a spade. I say it as I see it, and I don’t like to sugarcoat things. I believe in being real and I don’t have time for industry politics.
There is a lot of fakeness in the industry; people say one thing, yet they mean another. For me, I wouldn’t say anything behind your back.
I would say whatever I want to say right to your face, and that’s the end. I believe in expressing myself immediately and after that, it’s over; I move on.
But in this industry, if you speak the truth, you begin to look like the odd one out and that’s not cool.
That’s why I don’t have lots of friends in the industry because I like to keep to myself.” He submitted.