The official Twitter account for YouTube has praised Wizkid for his achievement has his hit song Joro hits 113 million views on YouTube, Joro is his most streamed song on YouTube and also one of his most streamed songs on Spotify.
Joro was released in 2019 alongside Ghetto Love, but Wizkid decided to give Joro more promotions than Ghetto love, although the two songs are doing well on all streaming platforms. And the release of the song, the song has set many personal records for Wizkid and also become the second-fastest song in Nigeria to hit 100 million views after Burna Boy’s music.
The announcement of the milestone was announced by one of Wizkid’s fans today, stating the fact that the song is moving faster than expected, without tagging the official account of YouTube on Twitter the account found itself into the comment section of the tweet to praise Wizkid for his masterpiece.
The YouTube account tweets “So sick, what an achievement” this comment has drawn many reactions from Wizkidfc as they are boasting that you can only get the praises when you don’t buy views as long as you have organic views.
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