BNXN Dragged Over Recent Advice To Men
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Afro-pop singer BNXN has come under fire for his recent advice to men, urging them to engage in affairs with other people’s girlfriends.

The artist, best known for hits like “Outside,” took to his social media platform to share a photo of himself relaxing in his Bentley along with a rather unconventional life tip for men.

The quote, which has since been removed from BNXN’s account.

In his word;

 “Once a year, try to dey knack somebody girlfriend” -ODG.

While it’s unclear whether the acronym “ODG” represents another individual or a personal philosophy, the message has garnered significant attention and sparked a wave of criticism.

Social media users were quick to react, with many expressing disappointment and disapproval of BNXN’s advice.

BNXN Dragged Over Recent Advice To Men

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Netizens Reactions…

faith_ibidun stated: “Just the same way them go knack ur babe and ur wife anytime way you marry”

sheer_indefatigability_ remarked: “Sad generation with sick minds… All living for social media.”

un_knomw04 penned: “People babe sweet die no jokes, especially when you know the person”

mr.odunga_ said: “Na so lyanya fuvk people wife and girlfriend he music career die.”

soft_millionaire said: “And carry bad luck with Disease”

djmoshoodex commented: “Okay snr man”

Dadboy_rizzy___ noted: “Until dem snap your yansh again”.

ke_ssy251 noted: “It’s true and it’s good for the health”

iamjerielz commented: “See as Rolex tight buju baby orobo kibo”

avalonokpe wrote: “Some people role model”

In other news, Daniel Benson, the talented Afro-fusion artist popularly known by his stage name BNXN, has echoed Burna Boy’s controversial statement regarding the perceived lack of “substance” in much of Nigerian music.

Burna Boy, during an interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe, raised eyebrows when he remarked that afrobeats lacked lyrical depth and was “literally nothing.”

During a candid Instagram Live session, BNXN voiced his agreement with Burna Boy’s sentiment, underlining that only a select few artists are producing music with genuine “substance.”