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Burnaboy reacts to girl claiming to be pregnant for him, says he only slept with her ‘once’



By Ahmed Boulor

Days after a girl identified as Uju Stella surfaced on picture and video sharing social media site, Instagram, claiming to be pregnant for Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) brand ambassador Burnaboy, the dancehall act has reacted to the girls statement saying he only slept with her once in a new video.

The video posted on Instagram shows Burnaboy with two of his friends at the background as he reacted to the claim by Stella in freestyle session admitting he slept with Stella but just once; ‘I f**k my girlfriend everyday she is never pregnant, f****d her once and now she is claiming she is pregnant’, his lyrics read in the freestyle session posted on the social media platform.

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Meanwhile, the girl in question has claimed that the singer broke into her apartment sharing photos of her broken door and also informed that she was on her way to report the case to the police.

Last week, Burnaboy had the special honour of ringing the closing bell at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) signifying the close of trade for the day after he was unveiled as a brand ambassador. He attended the symbolic market closing ceremony, in the company of his mother and manager, Bose Ogulu, and his sister, Ronami Ogulu.

Burna also had a media chat with CNBC Africa, which was broadcast live in forty-eight countries, as well as Channels Television. He met with investment advisers, fans at NSE, brokers and more during the ceremony.

The invitation from the NSE meant that Burnaboy joined an elite short list of Nigerian musicians to have had the unique honour – usually reserved for CEOs of quoted companies or very influential local and international figures such as himself.

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