Nigerian mannequin, Symba has seemingly blamed the married girl whose husband was shot at a membership after she refused Burna Boy’s advances for the assault.
The American-based girl who was in a Nigeria for a good friend’s marriage ceremony, took to social media to relate what transpired on the night time of the incident.
She stated she went to have enjoyable along with her husband and different pals at a preferred membership in Lagos when Burna Boy despatched somebody from his workforce to solicit her consideration, which she declined 3 times in a row.
Nevertheless, following a 3rd altercation along with her pals, a brawl broke out, and Burna Boy allegedly gave the sign for the taking pictures.
“We had been visiting Nigeria from America and London for our childhood pals marriage ceremony on the eighth of June 2022, @burnaboygram and his pals opened hearth at us in Cubanalagos. My accomplice and his good friend had been shot, with each needing pressing medical care. A bullet grazed my companions head and our good friend was shot within the thigh, leaving him hospitalized and needing an emergency surgical procedure in Nigeria.” She wrote partly.
Reacting to the married girl’s narration, Symba pointed accusing fingers at her for the assault and said that it’s seemingly she gave Burna Boy the impression that she was concerned about him along with her face and physique alerts.
The curvaceous mannequin said that the alerts probably propelled the singer to ship somebody to solicit her consideration.
In line with her, the messy incident wouldn’t have occurred if the married girl didn’t give the singer alerts within the first place.
Learn as she wrote beneath,
“I really feel sorry for all of the victims concerned however let’s maintain it 100% official. I might put my final greenback and say that the younger girl in query at one level earlier than the altercation might need locked eyes with Burna as a result of it’s simply regular for folks in a membership as soon as a star is available in to stare of their path. I consider eyes locked and in her head she KNEW for positive there was no method she would work together with BURNA as a result of she was there along with her accomplice however I don’t suppose that stopped her from continuously staring (perhaps even seductively) in that path or utilizing physique language to convey some type of attraction. That’s what girls do particularly FANS. That in all probability stored occurring trigger it’s flattering to know that somebody who you’re a fan of is exhibiting some type of curiosity in you. That then result in somebody coming to her to ask for her to hitch the desk. Nevertheless if she didn’t have interaction in that forwards and backwards to start with this in all probability wouldn’t have occurred. As a feminine we do issues to fill our egos that typically leads us to locations that wouldn’t think about it could get to. Now I may very well be 100% incorrect however I HIGHLY DOUBT IT.”
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