Stefflon Don: Why I broke up with Burna Boy; he needs prayers

British rapper Stefflon Don has spoken out after her relationship with Burna Boy came to an end in a heartbreaking fashion.

 

They appear to have been broken up for a while but neither couple announced the breakup until Burna Boy ‘classlessly’ released the information.

 

In a couple of posts on social media, Burna Boy dismissively brushed aside his long time relationship with Stefflon Don.

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Stefflon Don: Why I broke up with Burna Boy; he needs prayers

According to him, he’s single and does not even know who Stefflon is!

 

The heartless comment brought Stefflon Don out to also take some shots.



According to her, fame and money got into Burna Boy’s head which destroyed their relationship.

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“No matter how much love, Loyalty or how good you treat someone, people are just not solid and scream real but are the fakest. Fame & money changes some ppl. When people show you who they are believe them. As hard as that may be. God sees and knows. People genuinely need prayers.” she fired.

Stefflon Don: Why I broke up with Burna Boy; he needs prayers

Even during their time together, there were ladies coming out to confirm they were dating Burna Boy, meaning he was cheating on Stefflon big time.

 

Burn Boy have always been on the “Odogwu” path, perhaps the money and fame was all he needed, and Stefflon Don was the ultimate way to Grammy.

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Stefflon Don: Why I broke up with Burna Boy; he needs prayers

Meanwhile, Burna Boy have been spotted with another woman, this time an American model, Delicia Cordon.



Delicia Cordon is famed for having romantic encounters with practically most wealthy and famous person, including boxing champion Floyd Mayweather.

Stefflon Don: Why I broke up with Burna Boy; he needs prayers

Moreover, Stefflon Don in a recent interview said, ‘When a door was slammed in my face, I kicked down another one’.

 

Born Stephanie Allen, the 30-year-old is the middle child of seven. Problems with her father’s immigration status forced her Jamaican parents to move from Birmingham to Rotterdam when she was five. Steff’s earliest memory is of the family living in a small one-bedroom apartment, in a new city where they did not speak the language.

 

In 2015, at 22 years old, she broke on to the scene, making a name for herself with covers of Wretch 32’s ‘6 Words’ and Section Boyz’ ‘Lock Arff’. Within a year, she was signed to Universal Music on her own imprint, 54 London, and kicked off 2017 on a BBC Sound Of list along with Jorja Smith and AJ Tracey. Her first major label release, ‘Hurtin’ Me’, sailed straight into the Top 10 that summer and three months later, she picked up the Mobo award for Best Female, followed quickly by a Brits Rising Star nod and becoming the first-ever UK rapper in XXL magazine’s Freshman Class list. It was a gilded beginning.

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‘I hit the Top 10 so easily, I thought that was normal. I felt like that was what was supposed to happen,’ she says. ‘Imagine you get a job and you get carried around on a golden cart as soon as you get there. I thought that was the standard.’

Stefflon Don: Why I broke up with Burna Boy; he needs prayers

Over the past five years Steff has been prolific, collaborating with and featuring on tracks by artists ranging from UK grime heavyweights Skepta and Ghetts to legends such as Nile Rodgers and Mariah Carey. But earlier this year, she decided to part ways with her label. ‘Even though I was signed for the past two years, I didn’t feel like I was because I had an outside team doing everything for me,’ she says of her decision to strike out alone. ‘The only difference is now is I just have a lot more freedom to do what I want and not have to talk to numerous people about my plans.’

 

Having just celebrated her 30th birthday this week, Steff’s mentality is shifting. ‘I feel way more pressure, for some reason,’ she says. ‘I had this vision of me at 50, talking about all the stuff I wanted to do that I never did. That would bother me. I want to be able to tell my grandkids that their grandma never gave up. Even when it was hard I kept it moving. When a door was slammed in my face, I kicked down another one, and I felt I got knocked down but I still got back up. Me, killing my shows, winning awards, travelling the world — that’s the story I’m focused on creating.’

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