Amid continuous dragging of his name on social media by users who believe he ought to have played an active role in encouraging Nigerian youths to vote, Grammy Award-winning singer, Burnaboy, has spoken on why he chose to stay off.
Burnaboy has been a subject of controversy in the build up to the presidential election following his aloofness towards the electoral exercise, earning him knocks and condemnation from his numerous fans and music listeners.
With the likes of Falz, Psquare and other celebrities leading the pack of Nigerian youths demanding a new Nigeria, Burnaboy seemed to have been unusually quiet.
Reacting to those who keep dragging him, the Last Last crooner said he had never made any money from Nigerian government and didn’t take land, house or money from any governor.
“I have never been appointed into any public office and not intended to. All the good I did for my country comes from my heart, pocket, time and emotions.
“It is not for social media validation and not because I owe anybody. I say I no vote. Make everybody get that.”