Nigerian reggae-dancehall singer and songwriter, Burna Boy says he borrows prostitutes (whores) to cook for him.
That to me, is a very unusual thing to do and also a very shameful thing to say.
So while some boys were busy trying to learn some little skills from their mothers or sisters about cooking, Burna Boy was busy nurturing such thoughts?
One day be one day, monkey go go market, e nor go return…one of them will just put love portion in his meal. He should just get married jor.
Onto the matter, that was what he said recently though.
The singer, born Damini Ogulu, better known by his stage name Burna Boy, was ‘nabbed’ recently by Off Road and he was ‘forced to bake. Lol. Nice one.
From cooking up hits in the studio to whipping up cupcakes in the kitchen, Off Road took Burna Boy also known as Burna Cakes for a lesson in baking.
Why I borrow prostitutes to cook for me – Burna Boy
But before the show, he was asked a few questions.
See Excerpts below…
So what are we doing today?
I guess, bake.
Have u ever baked before?
Yea, I do it all the time in my little kitchen. No really I don’t.
Have u ever cooked before?
No no I don’t . never cooked before. I borrow some whore.
What did you borrow the whore for?
Haha. I just love this.
See the rest of the conversation that ensued below:
Today’s is gonna be baking. So cool off for awhile. Yea this gonna be bad.
So here is apron …
What make the ingredients to determine how the cake tastes?
Savory or Sweet. Talking about the Micro wave… You know I don’t know how to use this thing.
Do you ever do things yourself?
No. but I’m cool. I’m Burna boy. I’ve got free cooks everywhere.
You never been without someone to cook for you?
No I got cooks everywhere. I don’t know how to crack eggs. I actually I don’t like eggs.
So what your background then, you grow up in Nigeria?
Yea mhen, be here, be there. I grew up in port-Harcourt. That’s the South-south side.
What’s your favourite Nigerian meal?
You have not touched anything; today is definitely a special day in ur life?
Yea I do studio, do bikes, party. I party every day. Party is a lifestyle. Like I’m in the studio is a party.
I have listen to one of your tracks, its really nice. It sounds like “Soki,” What language is that?
And how many languages do you speak?
I speak four languages: Yoruba, Igbo, French and English.
Where did you pick ‘Soki’ from?
Well that’s Yoruba, from the Southwest where I live.
How did you get your sound?
Well, my sound is like I invented it; like I’m making this cake now. I used to record myself.
You are natural. How are you gonna do this again?
I’m doing it everyday. Anyone in Nigeria, come over my room I’ll give you cake.
Would you bake for your household?
Na my mummy will not eat. She wouldn’t trust me. ‘you bake cake?’
Do you have siblings?
Yea I got two sisters. One is 23 and one is 22.
How old are you?
So guys, what do you think?