- Nigerian singer, Wizkid, recently got people talking after a video clip of him during the fight between Davido and Burna Boy surfaced online
- Despite the fact that Davido got in a scuffle with Burna Boy and stormed angrily out of the place, Wizkid looked unbothered
- The singer minded his business and simply took a sip of his drink
Wizkid recently proved that he has no business with the stress life regardless of who is involved.
The singer got fans talking on social media after he refused to get involved in the scuffle between Davido and Burna Boy in a nightclub in Ghana.
In the video shared by Naijaeverything on Instagram, Wizkid looked straight ahead as Davido stormed angrily out of the space.
The father of three looked oblivious of everything that was going on and took a swig of his drink as Davido's Gobe played in the background.
The video generated comments from Nigerians on social media as most of them commented on how he refused to stress about his colleagues.
"No stress wizkid abeggggiii."
"I trust Wizkid, he no like stress at all."
"Starboy no like stress."
"It’s Wizkid's stressless moves for me."
"Sipping out of his own bottle and minding his business."
"It's the background song for me."
In other news about the singers, Briefly.co.za, Davido has considered quitting music hours after his reported scuffle with Burna Boy hit Twitter.
Fans of the musician in their thousands took to his comment section, telling him to deal with his opposition constructively. As at the time of writing this report, comments under his tweet numbered more than 13k.
Davido took to his Instagram to say that he will be leaving music. This was after videos of his fight with Burna Boy at a nightclub trended online.
Many Nigerians, mostly his fans, have responded to the tweet he made. Recall that the two made headlines on social media after it was alleged that they were both engaged in an altercation at a club in Ghana.
In video shared by Naijaeverything on Instagram, Wizkid looked straight ahead as Davido stormed angrily out of the space.
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