The former Super Eagles star reportedly clashed with the self-proclaimed African giant at a night club in the city of Lagos on Sunday
Obafemi Martins has revealed his boys did clash with Burna Boy’s camp, but all is now well between the two parties.
Social media was buzzing on Monday after Nigerian rapper CDQ lashed out at Burna Boy for disrespecting the man famously called “weapon of mass destruction” during his time with the Super Eagles.
This led to a popularity debate on Twitter between fans of the two superstars, with each camp saying his favourite is more popular than the other.
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However, Martins has now come out to clarify what happened, saying the drama has been blown out of proportion.
The former Newcastle star took to his Instagram to confirm the disagreement between his boys and the Gbona crooner.
But he confirmed they’ve both settled the disagreement and has urged fans to let the matter rest. Martins is currently with Wuhan Zall in the Chinese Super League.
He scored 18 times in 42 appearances for the Super Eagles.