The Afrobeat star ought to hold his show at the 96000-capacity FBN stadium on the 23rd of September.
However, it was announced that the show got postponed to December due to low sales of tickets; the ticketing platform returned to reveal that the show was cancelled.
Taking to his Instagram stories, Burna wrote, “I was in South Africa last year and I had 100,000 of the most beautiful South Africans outside for me, so no dead agenda. I will see you again soon South Africa. I love you.”
Nadia Nakai appears to be irked by the muscian’s statement.
In a now-deleted-post, Bragga wrote, “Am I being sensitive? What does he mean by dead agenda?”
Meanwhile, Nadia Nakai’s late boyfriend, AKA and the Grammy-award-winning singer fought on Twitter in 2020 due to xenophobia crises in SA.
The Nigerian star claimed he won’t step feet in SA during the twar, which led to mzansi’s celebration of his cancelled show.