Diddy has completely dismissed any claims that he “sabotaged” Burna Boy’s Grammy win, stating that the speculation is entirely false.

American Rapper/Record Producer, Sean Combs, popularly known as P Diddy, has denied allegations that he sabotaged Burna Boy’s Grammy win. He took to social media to express his outrage at the claims, emphasizing that he has always been a supporter of the African Giant.

Wouter Kellerman, Zakes Bantwini, and Nomcebo Zikode of South Africa triumphed over Nigerian singer’s ‘Last Last’ to win the award for Best Global Music Performance at the 65th Grammy Awards, held on Sunday, February 5th. However, Burna Boy’s album, “Love Damini”, lost out on the Best Global Music Album award to Japan’s Masa Takumi.

The rap mogul took to his Twitter page to deny the allegations, saying that it is not true.

He also added that he is a fan of Burna Boy and that he is proud of him for his achievement.

“I am a fan of Burna Boy and I am proud of his achievement. I did not sabotage his Grammy win, and any claims to the contrary are false. #BurnaGrammy,” he wrote.

However, some fans alleged that P Diddy had sabotaged Burna Boy’s chances of winning the award.

The allegation was further fuelled by the fact that P Diddy’s son, Justin Combs, had posted a congratulatory message to Antibalas on his Instagram page prior to the announcement of the winner.

But P Diddy has now come out to deny the allegations and has also expressed his support for Burna Boy.

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