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Burna Boy has finally reacted to the online campaign for him to apologize over his comment during the xenophobic attacks in South Africa which are spearheaded by South African Rapper AKA, ahead of his (Burna) performance in the country in few days time.

The Nigerian singer who acknowledged South African political leader and lawmaker Julius Malema’s assurance of protection during his stay in South Africa, told AKA and others to seek for an apology from their real enemy and not from him.

Burna Boy further stated that he looks forward to seeing a united Africa with one passport that will be as powerful as the US passport.

See his tweets below;