Contrary to popular belief in the West, Steve Harvey, an American television host and filmmaker, asserted that Burna Boy and other African musicians did not plagiarize American music.

Rather, he continued, African beats, rhythm, and soul are what inspire the West, particularly America.

“People say Burna Boy stole this, but we actually took it from him,” Africans inspire our confidence with their beats, soul, rhythm, and hard work, the comedian declared in a recent edition of his television program.

that Burna Boy made clear in an interview with Apple Music last year that he does not perform the popular West African music known as “Afrobeats,” but rather “Afrofusion,” which he defined as a blend of African music components with American hip-hop, R&B, soul, and Jamaican dancehall and reggae.

He received a nomination became the first African artist to receive a nomination in the historically Western-only rap category at the 66th Grammy Awards when she was nominated for Best Melodic Rap Performance.

There were accusations in some parts of the West that Burna Boy was trying to appropriate Western musical style, even though Lil Durk won the award.

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