Nollywood Veteran Actor and Media Icon, Patrick Harry Doyle describes naija hip hop star : Burna Boy as an arrogant and obnoxious monster.
Actor Burna Boy has come under fire from veteran actor Patrick Doyle for disrespecting his musical forebears.
He claimed in a Facebook post that the artist isn’t deserving of all the attention he gets because he hasn’t achieved anything on his own. He emphasized that Burna Boy and all the other Nigerian artists are following in the footsteps of their forebears and. Are not responsible for anything on their own.
In no uncertain terms, he stated, “The credit for the feats that appear to be puffing up the likes of Burna Boy have to be properly ascribed to the greats who cleared the thorny paths that have created pathways for his likes to walk through practically effortlessly.”
He emphasized that Burna Boy and other musicians of the present must appreciate their musical idols by mentioning iconic musicians from the past like as Fela Anikulapo, Majek Fashek, and King Sunny Ade, among other greats. Patrick also cautioned them to maintain their composure and emphasized that no one person can achieve greatness.
In order to prevent the singer from becoming a “Arrogant and obnoxious monster,” the actor advised that people however cease giving the artist excessive credit.
Burna Boy and his classmates are the beneficiaries of the sacrifices made by heroes in the past, in his own. Words: “Burna Boy has not by himself done anything that can be remotely described as outstanding.
They must show humility and esteem for their diligent and truly innovative forebears. Excellent performers include SunnyAde, Fela Anikulapo, Majek Fashek, and I. k.
From the 1960s to the 2000s, Dairo and a host of others paved the path. Greatness and heroic deeds however are not isolated events. Let’s avoid helping to create a conceited and annoying monster.
After Burna Boy stated in the open that the Afrobeats music genre “has no substance,” Patrick posted this.
He stated that the genre is all about having fun, but in his perspective should have more to it during. A chat with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe.