Burna Boy is on some legendary doings – Joeboy


Popular musician Joseph Akinfenwa Donus, better known by his stage name Joeboy, has declared that Burna Boy, his Grammy-winning colleague, has become a legend in the music business.

He said this in response to Burna Boy‘s most recent ground-breaking success.

As the first African musician to sell out Toronto, Canada’s Scotiabank Arena, Burna Boy recently made history.

He was the first to sell out the legendary theatre on both Saturday, February 24, and Sunday, February 25.

Joeboy responded by writing, “Burna boy is on some legendary doings,” under his X handle.

In the meantime, Asake’s next tour of Canada is scheduled to sell out the same location.

Recall that few days ago, Steve Harvey tilted to the side of Burna Boy and other African artists, saying contrary to Western sentiments, they didn’t steal from American music.

He said instead it was the West, especially Americans, who are inspired by African beats, rhythm and soul.

“People claim Burna Boy stole this, no we stole from Burna Boy. Africans are the beats, soul, rhythm, and hard work that inspire our courage,” the comedian said in a recent episode of his television show.