COVID-19: “Hustling is a necessity; that makes social distancing hard in Nigeria” – Burna Boy
‘Stay home isn’t meant for Nigerians as they’re hustler’s says Burna Boy
Burna Boy has given his take on self-isolation and social distancing specifically for an economy like Nigeria where people work on a daily basis to put food on their table and this new routine will negatively affect the finances of many.
In a recent tweet, the Odogwu 1 crooner stated that money will be the major challenge the practice of isolation and social distancing will have on Nigerians, as a lot of people have been fired from their places of work and some are on leave without pay from their employer.
This practice is very different from other nations that have decided to pay their citizens no matter how little to help them get by in a hard time such as this one.
The saddest thing about all this is people being put on unpaid leave in Nigeria
hustling is a necessity that makes social distancing hard! -how’s everyone holding up? Let’s figure it out together.
If he will follow in the footsteps of his industry colleagues to conduct a giveaway is yet to be seen but he did ask fans to talk to him so they can all figure it together.