Reactions as Wizkid's Son Exits Zoom Class Group Over 'Bad Vibes': "Like Father Like Son"

Reactions as Wizkid's Son Exits Zoom Class Group Over 'Bad Vibes': "Like Father Like Son"

  • Wizkid's first baby mama, Oluwanishola Ogudu, has taken to social media to reveal what Tife did during a zoom class
  • According to her post, he left the group over what he tagged' bad vibes' as seen in a video he made afterwards
  • Internet users have reacted to the video with some likening his behaviour to that of his superstar father

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Superstar, Wizkid's first son, Tife, recently left social media users buzzing recently following his mother, Oluwanishola Ogudu's revelation.

Tife/ Oluwanishola Ogudu
The video has sparked reactions. Credit: @o.oluwanishola
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According to a post she put up, the 11-year-old boy had exited the zoom class group and after going through his phone, she found a video which made her understand his reasons.

In the video, the young boy is seen speaking to the camera in a faux British accent, explaining that there was a power outage and that he had to leave the group due to 'too much bad vibes'.

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Watch the clip below:

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Internet users react to the clip

yemisikakayemisi:

"Goat no Dey born dog."

kenykoree:

"Like your father said bad energy stay far away"

annah.bellah:

"What’s with the forced fake accent though? ‍♀️ Are you not a Nigerian?"

figo_______________:

"Lol like father like son."

miracle_lovejoy:

"My dear I understand you all this bad energy in class groups."

Mzansi amused by video of innocent little kid reading "amazambane" in English

In more kid news, Briefly News previously reported that a video of a child attempting to read the name of a store on a banner had South African netizens with belly aches from laughter.

The funny clip was shared by popular social media user @kulanicool on Twitter and shows a boy seated in a car as he attempts to read the name, which reads: “The Amazambane Volkorust.”

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