COVID-19: Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage on IG Live Sessions With Diddy To Help Africa
No relief package or anything for the masses in Nigeria. Burna tells Diddy
Nigerian Afrobeat exports, Tiwa Savage and Burna Boy recently held a live Instagram chat sessions with US veteran rapper and business mogul, Diddy on ways to help combat Coronavirus pandemic in Africa.
Diddy revealed that there is much work that is done to make surer that the needs of the people are been meet and the community is been taken care of, the next step that will be taken is to come down to Africa to support the people and make sure everyone is been saved.
Tiwa Savage appreciated his kind gesture and asked that Africa be attended to with the situation of asking people to stay at home for a month, is huge and people who survive on a daily basis will need intervention.
During Burna’s live Instagram video with rapper Diddy, and one of the things said by Diddy was that he appreciated the singer for the good his been doing out there in the world of music, putting the face of Africa to the world by making good music.
Further, the rapper asked about the current situation in Nigeria, and how the people are coping with the corona virus pandemic, Burna Boy’s reply was that there is a poor response to how the people are been cared for and the those who earn on a daily basis are suffering to feed in situations such as this.
Diddy organized a dance party yesterday Easter Sunday and major celebrities attended. The dance party Dance-A-Thon was solely to raise money for healthcare workers to assist with coronavirus relief efforts. “We are raising much needed money for our healthcare workers in the undeserved communities around the country!” he said.
The hip-hop mogul brought the feel-good vibes to fans during quarantine with his first-ever Dance-A-Thon on Instagram Live. “We are having the WORLD’S BIGGEST DANCE-A-THON and YOU ARE ALL INVITED!!!!” he told his 16 million followers.
He recently hosted a “State of Emergency” on Revolt to discuss how the coronavirus is disproportionately impacting the African-American community. “We are in a life or death state of emergency,” he said. “We are in trouble my people. We have to come together. We have to communicate.”