Connect with us


Nigerians Angry As Wizkid Is Spotted Playing Drums At A Funeral In Ghana While They Vote



Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, better known by his stage name Wizkid, has been under fire from several Nigerians and Twitter users after they dug up an old tweet he sent during the EndSars.

Remember how the singer joined the conversation about EndSARS in2020, saying that they would demonstrate real power by electing the qualified and appropriate candidate to office.

He wrote: “Next election we show real power.”

However, a lot of Nigerians and users of social media had been anticipating hearing the musician make a political statement or take part in the ongoing presidential and national assembly elections, which were held on Saturday, February 25, but nothing about him was reported.

This outraged Nigerians, who hurled insults at Wizkid and dredged up an old tweet the singer had written.

Read the tweets below:

Yingi_d_artiste: “But he has shown real power ???? abi silence is no longer Golden?!”

iam_victorobi: “I unfollowed all those selfish peeps already”

thatgirl_kiki1: “Leave him alone! Tf”

manniexoo: “Wizzy na normal munshi, e nor get level”

enviableresources: “Nobody would be speared in this fight for our freedom”

fhavour_agueze: “Na Una wey dey send this guy I blame”

nembe_boy: “Make una shut up. We de FC and 30BGs are sensible enough to vote Obi. Make una leave these men.”

betina_unusual: “The so insulted rappers in Nigeria came out to vote while the person who was insulting them is in another man country playing drums and it not only him most of them from music industry to Nollywood just few came out
The question is are not citizens of Nigeria again.”


Copyright © 2020-GhanaFeed.Com-Ghana News, Breaking News, Original Reporting, News Analysis and Fearless Journalism.
GhanaFeed.Com is an independent news media providing original and unbiased online news reporting and news analysis. Our mission is to provide excellent fearless journalist. Through our team of trained journalists, we report on what you care about, break big stories that hold major institutions and political structures accountable for their actions, and expose injustices that change people's lives.