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You’re biggest hater in entertainment industry, Dencia attacks Burnaboy


Popular singer and beauty entrepreneur, Dencia, has taken to social media to share her views on Burna Boy who has made news headlines because of his behaviour of late.

The Cameroon-born beauty goddess described the self-acclaimed African giant as one of the biggest haters in Nigeria’s entertainment industry.

In a series of tweets, she revealed how disgusted she is about Burna Boy and also dragged his girlfriend, Stefflon Don.

“Burna Boy is one of the biggest haters in the industry. Like I get it, ugly people are ugly inside out but his own is disturbing, he tries to hate & bully everyone. Him and his Fat A$s GF, match made in hate heaven. Like imagine their conversations being hateful & about people.

“What’s the point of hating on your colleagues?Burna hates and attacks everyone but people still support him, we can’t keep encouraging terrorists and bullies. His ugly a$s needs a shower; drop the dose on the damn drugs; moisturize, and get laser on that bumpy face of his.”

“That’s how his GF Stefflon and her ugly a$s friends went to Nigeria and was insulting Nigerian girls, I was like wow, this h0e that has been ran through by the entire London, still got the audacity to insult Nigerian women. Man Burna and his GF need a bath in the river of Jordan. Two clowns…,” she tweeted.

When a follower accused her of having a strong hatred for Burna Boy, Dencia stated she has never hated him in her life.

CANDIIDONLINE reports that Burna Boy recently came under fire on social media for throwing shades at Davido and Wizkid.

The singer caught the attention of internet users on the platform after he shared a post on his Snapchat page, just moments after Davido came out to describe himself and Wizkid as the greatest African superstars.

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Written by Mateen Badru


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