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My Relationship With Burna Boy Has Not Crashed – Stefflon Don

UK Rapper, Stefflon Don has come out to deny reports that she has ended her relationship with Burna Boy.

She took to Instagram to debunk the news of a breakup.

She revealed that the clips circulating of Burna Boy and Princess Shyngle are nothing recent and they are from the past.

She then urged the rumour mongers to relax because she and Burna Boy are good.

Her words, “Old videos. Please let it rest, we good over here. Thanks.”

Do not forget, Burna had this to say about Stef in a recent interview, “On a more serious note, that’s my wifey. If you wanted a wifey, she’s like the most perfect person with that perfect description. Unfortunately, she’s mine now.”

We are happy it is all a lie.

Stephanie Victoria Allen (born 14 December 1991), better known professionally as Stefflon Don, is an English rapper, singer, and songwriter, who rose to fame after her 2017 single “Hurtin’ Me” featuring French Montana peaked at number 7 on the UK Singles Chart. In 2016, Don released her debut mixtape Real Ting, followed by another mixtape, Secure, in 2018.

Don was born in Birmingham, England. She is of Jamaican descent. She has six siblings. When she was five years old, her family moved to Rotterdam, Netherlands, (hence Don speaks fluent Dutch) but at the age of fourteen, she returned to Britain to study at a London school. Allen has been singing and writing music since primary school. At the age of 9, she recorded a “Hard Knock Life” hook for a rapper called Unique. The song was never released but she was surprised to hear her voice on the playback.

She worked as a cake decorator and hairdresser before her career in music.

Don first surfaced in 2015 by releasing a cover of Wretch 32’s “Six Words,” and went on to be featured on tracks such as Lethal Bizzle’s “Wobble,” Sneakbo’s “Work” remix and Angel’s Hop On. Don made her first appearance on an American song with the track “London” by singer Jeremih, and was later featured on Lil Yachty’s “Better” from the album Teenage Emotions. On 16 December 2016, Don released her first mixtape titled Real Ting.

 

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