Nigerian singer, BNXN, formerly known as Buju, has reacted after being dragged for not touching British rapper, Stefflon Don, during a music video shoot.
A short clip from the video shoot surfaced on social media recently, and many criticized Buju for not touching Stefflon Don to make the scene look more realistic and romantic.
Some asserted that he was being careful around the British rapper out of respect for her ex-partner,who is his friend and senior colleague in the Nigerian music industry, Burna Boy.
Watch the clip and read some comments as you scroll,
In reaction to the negative comments, BNXN shared a video where he explained that he didn’t touch her because there was no explicit agreement for physical contact.
According to him, it’s 2023 and a man can’t just touch a woman if she doesn’t want to be touched, or gave permission for physical contact.
Watch him speak below,
A while back, Burna Boy gave a humorous response to his colleague, BNXN formerly known as Buju, after he raised questions about his source of income following his recent Lamborghini purchase.
The ‘Outside’ crooner took to his Snapchat to share a video of his hilarious exchange with the self-acclaimed ‘African Giant’.
In the video, BNXN jokingly asked Burna Boy whether he performed a ritual to get money to purchase the luxurious car, worth millions of naira.
BNXN, who was impressed by the expensive whip, also urged the ‘Last Last’ crooner to open a school to teach musicians how to optimize their income from music.
“As in when you are not doing rituals, are you whining me? you go open school,” he stated.
In response, Burna Boy, who recently sold out an 80,000 capacity stadium in the UK, smiled and playfully told him that the secret to his wealth is “Kanayo O Kanayo.”
It is widely known that Kanayo O Kanayo, a renowned Nigerian actor, has become associated with money rituals due to the roles he played in movies.
BNXN shared the video on his Snapchat with the caption “Haha, my dad fr” with a love emoji.