Nigerian TV and Radio presenter, Toke Makinwa has spoken on the great efforts and hustle of Nigerian superstar singer, Ayodeji ”Wizkid” Balogun popularly known as Wizkid before becoming who he is today.
She said that when Wizkid was still an up-coming artist, he frequented hanging out in Rhythm FM studio carry out messages such as going to buy Amala for the studio, Disc Jockeys and carrying speakers.
She made this known in a recent chat with Chude Jideonwo, while admonishing young people of this generation who want to become popular and renowned without facing their struggles and putting more efforts in the work.
She also said; “You don’t know the years Wiz put in to becoming the renowned personality he is today. Young artist around try music for a year or two and are disappointed because it is not working. I was at Rhythm Fm and Wizkid used to carry speakers and he will be sent by DJs to buy Amala and he will go without complain, just help me play my song that's all he will say.
People look at him now and say he is too boastful and arrogant not knowing the hard work he had put into this journey.
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