- Much loved Nigerian musician, Wizkid, has won his very first Grammy Award for his feature in Brown Skin Girl
- Among those who vied for the best music video are Harry Styles' Adore You, Woodkid's Goliath and Future's Life is Good to mention just a few
- Fans of Wizkid have taken to social media to celebrate Starboy's massive win
Wizkid has won in the category of Best Music Video alongside Beyoncé for Brown Skin Girl. The reception of the award has been massive on social media with fans of both artists reacting joyously.
It should be noted that this year's edition of the awards ceremony was earlier scheduled for January but had to be shifted because of the coronavirus pandemic restrictions.
Also in the best music video category were:
- Adore You by Harry Styles
- Life Is Good by Future featuring Drake
- Lockdown by Anderson Paak
- Goliath by Woodkid
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions from Wizkid's fans:
"Starboy is not your mate."
"Beyonce dropped over 9 songs in her Lion King: The Gift album, but it's Brown Skin Girl that's had the most impact. It's not a coincidence that that's the song Starboy is on."
"Almighty J.Cole won his first Grammy from a "feature". Stop the hating and appreciate real talent. Congrats Starboy."
"Congratulations Wizkid on your Grammy. Truly deserved. Nobody goater. Starboy."
"I can’t even contend my joy! So so happy!! Congratulations number 1 Starboy!! I’m so happy!! You made my day!! Congratulations Wizkid."
"Wizkid is an inspiration to every hustler. You can achieve your set goals. Just keep working and believing! Congrats Starboy."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that 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 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.
In the same post, she also celebrated Wizkid's latest album, saying it a big honour for her to talk about Made In Lagos.
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