Wizkid's third baby mama Jada reveals how she met the singer

Wizkid's third baby mama Jada reveals how she met the singer

- Popular talent manager, Jada Pollock, has said she met Wizkid at the time she was managing Go Crazy crooner Chris Brown

- Wizkid's baby mama said that being in the industry for almost a decade has been amazing, right from when she started with Tinchy Stryder

- Zion's mother added that she has worked with some of the most sought-after talents in the world of music

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Wizkid’s third baby mama, Jada Pollock, has revealed how she met the Afrobeat musician and became his manager.

In a post on her Instagram page, she shared a snapshot of an interview where she was asked about her relationship with the singer.

The mother of Zion said that their meeting was in 2012 when she was still with a popular American singer, Chris Brown.

The fashionista revealed that she has been a manager for nine years, a journey she started when she began managing Tinchy Stryder.

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In the same post, she also celebrated Wizkid's latest album, saying it a big honour for her to talk about Made In Lagos.

Wizkid's third baby mama Jada reveals how he met the singer
Jada said that her journey as a manager has been great since she started. Photo source: Wizkid, Jada Pollock
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Her post partly read:

“I’ve been blessed to work with some of the best talents in the world and I’m so thankful that my journey is not only continuing but evolving.”

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Wizkid and Burna Boy made GQ's list of albums that made 2020 tolerable. Wizkid's Made In Lagos and Burna Boy's Twice As Tall have been listed by prestigious British GQ Magazine as part of the 24 albums that made the year 2020 more tolerable.

The lockdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic hit many countries across the world and music was one of the ways that help the world to stay sane.

Wizkid and Burna Boy have now been recognised for their creative work of art. The Nigerian singers are the only Africans on the list and they were spotted on numbers 16 and 17.

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Noting that impact of Burna Boy's fourth studio album, African Giant, the magazine wondered if his fifth album would live up to its predecessor and its name as it earned him a Grammy nomination.

They were, however, taken by surprise when Twice As Tall was released and it earned him another Grammy nomination.

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