Wizkid who is one of Nigeria's biggest artistes, is currently having his tour in America. He has visited many cities, and most of the concerts have been sold out. A lot of top American celebrities have also attended some of the shows. One of the dramas that may never be forgotten so easily is the fact that Wizkid's expensive jacket was cut into two.
A young man simply known as CJ who claims to be Wizkid's number one fan, uploaded a video of himself on his instagram page. When Wizkid was performing on stage, he threw his jacket into the crowd, CJ and one other lady caught it together. None of them was ready to leave it for the other person because of their love for Wizkid.
The both of them held on to the jacket for some hours, until they decided to rather cut it into two pieces. She then went to look for a scissors which was used in cutting it into two parts, and both of them taking one part each.
According to Wizkidwardrope, the jacket is a product of Rick Owen, and costs eight hundred and fifty four dollars.
The guy seemed to be satisfied with the fact that atleast he was able to go home with a piece of Wizkid's jacket. It wasn't about the money but the love, because they could have sold the jacket and they will take half of the money each. What are your thoughts about this, would you rather sell it and take half of the money or you would have also preferred to cut it into two? Drop a comment below.
(Credit: instagram/ ihrtcj, which is CJ's instagram page)
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