The 65th Annual Grammy Awards Ceremony took place at the Crypto.com Arena over the weekend and last last, among the tall list of winners, Burna Boy was absent after he lost in both best Global Album and Best Global Music Performance categories to Japan’s Masa Takumi and South Africa’s Zake Bantwini, Wouter Kellerman and Nomcebo Zikode respectively.
In the aftermath of the spectacle, an Instagram story which seemed to be shading the LAST LAST hitmaker popped up. Content of which has since been denied by Bad Boy Records founder and co-executive producer of Burna Boy’s fifth studio album TWICE AS TALL.
The alleged post from Diddy’s IG read, “I helped you win your first Grammy award, which I did out of kindness, and somehow you thought you could win another without my help? Oh okay”
Diddy has since responded to a blog post and says it is fake.
There have been mixed fan reactions since the incident with most fans speculating that a certain fanbase might be responsible for the post in a bid to spread misinformation.
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