Dencia Goes Off On Burna Boy Over Comments Made About Blac Chyna’s Bleaching Cream
Singer Reprudencia Sonkey, known by her stage name Dencia, has vented some very unfriendly words to Burna Boy over his latest comments about Blac Chyna’s proposed visit to Nigeria to sell bleaching cream.
Blac Chyna is partnering with Whitenicious by Dencia to roll out a beauty product called “Whitenicious X Blac Chyna Diamond Illuminating & Lightening Cream” which goes for N90,750(250 dollars) per jar.
Blac Chyna Is Selling Bleaching Cream In Lagos, Nigeria Next Sunday – At N90,000 Per Bottle
Chyna, the ex-girlfriend of Rob Kardashian, has continued to face criticism from a segment of Nigerians on social media for encouraging fans to alter the colour of their skin with Whitenicous – a body lotion which apparently lightens the skin of its users.
And the Afrobeat singer, who appears unhappy about Chyna’s proposed visit to Nigeria on November 25, in a series of posts shared on his IG stories, warned the American model and cosmetic expert not to bring her ‘Poison’ to his home country Nigeria.
The singer also warned that anyone who attends the event or perhaps patronizes the product might as well commit suicide.
Apparently peeved by Burna Boy’s comments, the singer took to the comment section of Instablog9ja, which had posted the singer’s message to Blac Chyna about her alleged plans to sell her bleaching cream products, to pour out her mind on Burna boy.
According to Dencia, Burna Boy only promotes drugs and can’t afford to hang out with Blac Chyna.
“So that nigga came out of his drug-induced coma instead of taking a shower to clean up his fart/Cig smelling looking ass he had time to talk about a woman? Hahaha for someone who promotes drug culture u can’t even afford to be in the same Zip code as her sis Burna cuz only girls act like u, u can’t afford her ass if she had to shake it, stick to the druggies on the side streets u are use to. Sending love & light ur way on this thanks giving we are thankful u making it alive living this high life,” she wrote.
Still not satisfied, she continued:
“I didn’t see this energy when fair and white launched their products In Nigeria, the then NAFDAC boss even attended, blogs who posted it wanna talk shit now. Whew, Chile the hypocrisy, wait nvm fair and white is white owned.”