Proud Of Lil Bro -Burna Boy Reacts To Black Sherif’s New Album

Burna Kid, a Nigerian Reggae and Afrobeats artist, has finally answered the set of Dark Sherif shows, “The Lowlife I Never Was,” weeks after it was delivered.

The Grammy-winner, who experienced emotional distress over Dark Sheriff’s experience and just happened to remix his “Second Lesson” tune, finally shared his considerations about the group.

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Fans have been holding on to seeing Burna Kid’s reaction since the set’s delivery, and for now it’s finally out.

Burna Kid, who is currently on visit, shared a screenshot of the group with the accompanying subtitle in a Snapchat post:

“Delighted with my little brother.”

He also urged his followers to buy and take an interest in the group.

Remember how Bourne Kid started gossip tales about a possible battle with the Dark Sheriff, a constant rave sensation from Ghana?

A virtual entertainment video turned into a web sensation shows the Grammy champ ignoring Sharif’s invitation to shake hands.

While Berna Kidd was collaborating with fans in Jamaica, Bobkan and the Ghanaian bassist rose from close range to welcome him.

Popcaan got a handshake from him, but Dark Sheriff, who marginally extended his hand, did not.

Odogwu claimed not to see the rapper and continued to discuss it with various visitors in the space.