Afrobeats sensation Wizkid has addressed the worries expressed by his followers and fans in response to his recent appearance at an event.
Wizkid was raised in a polygamous household with a Muslim father and a Christian mother. He was born in Surulere on July 16, 1990.
At the UK premiere of “Bob Marley: One Love” in London, the Grammy-winning singer was portrayed in internet videos as solemn. Wizkid might still be adjusting to the death of his mother, according to some theories.
In response, Wizkid disclosed that he has felt different since his mother’s death, acknowledging a sense of disconnection from himself.
He made a comparison between his experience and that of a soldier, highlighting his fortitude in the face of difficulty by declaring his willingness to retaliate against anyone invading his personal space.
Last but not least, Wizkid thanked his supporters for being there for him during his darkest days and pledged to be back.
“Look in the mirror don’t feel myself. Mama left me and I lost myself.
Can’t wait to feel myself again! Life of a soldier! Military with it!
Until then I dey slap away for free so leave me
And I’m thankful y’all going through this phase with me. U seen me at my lowest now. When u see me back on my high no complain.
In August 2023, Wizkid’s mother passed away, and the following month, she was buried. Born on July 14, 1957, Jane is survived by her husband, Muniru Olatunji Balogun, and four children.