Nigerian afrobeats singer Wizkid lavishes some cool dollars with his entourage after returning from his long vacation.
The grammy award winner was in Accra to shoot a music video following the release of his much anticipated ’Made in Lagos’ album. The video was for the track ‘Essence’ which featured alternative R&B and afrobeats female singer Tems. Now, he is in Lagos and is cruising around with his entourage.
Looking at one of his recent instagram posts, wizkid flaunts bundles of dollars in his luxury room with his hommies.
In another post, he causes stir with his convoy of cars. The fleet included a Mercedes G-wagen, audi saloon car and some luxury mercedes benz saloon cars.
He has was also seen with his entourage at a serene resort in Lagos. The superstar is back home and he’s relishing every single bit of his return. In one of his posts, he captioned: “Missed you Lagos”.
Wizkid is one of few young African artists to own a private jet at the early part of his music career. He is fond of taking selfies and pics of his lavish time in his luxury private jet. He recently posted a picture of himself and his hommies in the luxury jet embarking on a trip which looked like his return trip to Lagos.
In his last post, he was seen in the studio with the microphone. The post captioned:”Lagos play”.
This has got fans wondering whether the singer will grace their ears with another wonderful tune.....or he could even be working on another banger album!
It’s going to be fireworks all over if we have another banger from the afrobeats legend considering the level of patronage received by the ‘Made in Lagos’ album which is still trending.
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