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Too Rude: Nigerians React as Clip of Wizkid Telling Photographers to Clear From His Sight Surfaces Online

A video clip of Wizkid at a performance allegedly sending photographers away so that he can see his fans has got people talking on social media
– The singer was heard in the clip using a ‘strong’ language as he ordered them to clear away from his sight just below the stage
– While some people do not see it as a big deal, quite a number of Nigerians think that Wizkid was unnecessarily rude
Grammy award-winning artiste, Wizkid, has sparked reactions on social media after a video of him at a performance surfaced on social media.
In the video, the singer who was performing on a stage, addressed some people directly below the stage, presumably photographers, rudely.
Nigerians react
While some people found the clip funny, others could not help but point out that Wizkid did not have to be rude to anyone, photographers or not.
Read some of the comments sighted below:
“Photographers are humans too, working hard to capture the best moment for you and you disrespect them like that? it’s wrong sha.”
“I don’t know about other photographers, but if I come for any event and you talk to me this way, I will change it for you no cap, no matter who you are.”
“Regardless if you need to see your fans or not, still RUDE.”
“I know say Wizzy fit dey joke sha, but if na Burna now everywhere for they hot like this.”
“Regardless of them being photographers , They didn’t deserve to be spoken to in that disrespectful manner, besides they could also be fans.”
Wizkid’s Essence becomes gold certified
Wizkid’s single with Tems, Essence off his Made in Lagos album, is unarguably the song of the year both home and abroad.
Wizkid’s manager and third baby mama, Jada Pollock, took to social media with the announcement that Essence had become certified gold in the United States.
This was after Canadian singer, Justin Bieber, jumped on the remix of the song and it broke records and garnered wide acceptance in the international music community.

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