Wizkid snagged his first-ever Grammy award on Sunday for his role in ‘Brown Skin Girl’, a 2019 song by Beyonce, American musician.
Burna Boy also clinched his first Grammy award after winning the ‘Best Global Music Album’ category for ‘Twice As Tall‘, his 2020 project.
Congratulatory messages have since been pouring in for the two singers, with many Nigerians hailing them for their heroics.
Joining the fray on Monday, the ‘OBO’ crooner described the development as a victory for Nigeria as well as its people and culture.
“Whichever way you look at it, this is a victory for Nigeria for the culture and for my people! Congrats to our winners! Tule Naija! #Grammys #foreverchoke,” he wrote on Twitter.
— Davido (@davido) March 15, 2021
The trio have established themselves as household names in the global music landscape with strings of projects and recognition.
They have, however, dominated discussions on numerous occasions over the perceived superiority tussle among them.
Davido had last year opened up on his rivalry with the pair, adding that they won’t succeed if they plan to gang up against him.
“We’re supposed to be running this together. You (Burna Boy) are angry that I posted me and Wizkid, but you are with Wizkid in London everyday. If they plan to come together against me it wont work. I am not fighting them. We’re the biggest in the game,” he had said.
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