- Grammy-winning African superstar, Wizkid, recently spent some time with high-profile personalities in Ghana
- On April 5, 2021, President Nana Akuffo Addo’s daughter, Valerie Obaze, clocked a year older and the Nigerian star performed at the occasion
- Valerie and Wizkid were spotted together in a cute photo as the celebrant explained her love for the singer
Popular Nigerian music star, Wizkid, no doubt feels very much at home in Ghana considering that he spends extended amounts of time in the country.
Just recently, the Grammy award-winning star was seen partying with the president of Ghana, Nana Akuffo Addo’s daughter, Valerie Obaze, as she celebrated her birthday.
The Ghanaian entrepreneur who is married to a Nigerian clocked 41 on April 5, 2021, and Wizkid was one of the invited guests who performed at the occasion.
The Star Boy was seen in a photo with the celebrant and he rocked a simple all-black outfit paired with a diamond necklace, sunglasses and a wristwatch.
In the caption of the post, Valerie thanked God for her husband for being able to tolerate her love for Wizkid. She also thanked friends and family for making the occasion memorable.
In her words:
“Get you a husband that tolerates 10 years of foolishness every time you see Wizkid
I had the most amazing birthday yesterday thanks to Stan, my sisters, family, friends and all of you who wished me well and sent messages of love. God bless you all. 41 is here.”
See the post below:
In other world celebrity news, Briefly.co.za reported that Drake's son Adonis showed off his basketball skills in a viral video.
Canadian rapper Drake was hanging out with his son Adonis recently and he shared some snaps on social media. Drake hadn't been a part of his son's life until Pusha T spilled the beans about him in a diss rap song.
Since then, Drake has been very active in his son's life and shares pictures and videos of him on social media. In the latest video that Drake posted, Adonis can be seen shooting hoops indoors with one of his father's songs playing in the background.
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