- Singer Wizkid’s MIL album is being enjoyed by fans from different parts of the world
- American model Bella Hadid also seems to have caught the Wizkid fever
- The supermodel recently shared a video in which she was seen vibing to Wizkid's top track, Sweet One
Nigerian singer Ayo Balogun, aka Wizkid, has no doubt significantly achieved the goal of getting his music to travel and be accepted beyond the shores of the African continent.
The singer’s Made in Lagos album has been enjoying massive support from music lovers and the latest to catch the Wizkid fever is American supermodel, Bella Hadid.
Just recently, the top model shared a video to her Instastory channel in which she was seen jamming to a song off the MIL album.
Bella made a cute video of herself as Sweet One played in the background. Although the video has since expired on her Instastory, Briefly.co.za sighted a recording on YouTube.
Take a look at the clip below:
Briefly.co.za previously reported that a top-class barber had designed Wizkid's face on a fan's head. Popular Nigerian barber, Adeyinka, who first became popular when he shared his amazing work on Twitter showing the perfect haircut he gave a client, has gotten media attention again.
This time around, the man carved the face of popular musician, Wizkid, on a man's head. With his artistic finesse, he placed the singer's face on the left side of the client's head. People have been praising his skill since photos of his work surfaced on both Instagram and Twitter.
Recall that this is not the first time he will be making art on his model's head. Weeks ago, he made a leaf design haircut with symbols that looked like flying birds. In this current design, one of Wizkid's photos that has him bespectacled was reproduced. Below are some of the reactions the photos got:
"Guy! You've really embrace the talent to the next level."
"I swear this guy nah wizard."
@the_Lakesyde responded to the images with:
"Na make Wiz acknowledge this himself remain...You bad brother."
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Source: Briefly News