Mr 2kay robbery: Why Burna Boy got into trouble – Frank Edwards

Mr 2kay robbery: Why Burna Boy got into trouble – Frank Edwards

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Added by November 22, 2017

Gospel musician, Frank Edwards has thrown shades at Nigerian singer Burna Boy for allegedly sending robbers to attack singer, Mr 2kay.

Burna Boy was declared wanted after the suspects claimed he paid them to rob Mr 2Kay.

Reacting, Franks Edwards, took a swipe at the dancehall artiste, noting that he got into trouble because of his rant on pastors and tithe.

He wrote ”When he said he will beat up a pastor I knew he will get into trouble. Youths pls stay out of violence.

”What kind of lesson do you want to teach your colleague by sending people to rob him? Just look at how you are ending the year. This better not be true.”

Burn Boy had waded into the ‘tithe controversy, saying God will be happy if he knocks out pastors and preachers.


”The way I genuinely dislike pastor, preachers, e.t.c I might have to knock one of them the fuck out one of these days.

“I know God will be happy”, he wrote on his twitter page.

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