BBN Omasola Schooled Wizkid on ''How to Sit'' in Award Ceremonies, as he Balances on a Chair
By Dantenny | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 8470 views
When you are big you are big, and for former Empire Mate Entertainment act Wizkid he has carved a niche for himself, and had achieved a legendary status in the Nigerian entertainment industry despite being very active in the musical scene, he has amassed a great number of followers that almost every entertainer wants to be associated with him.
So it wasn't a thing of surprise when former big brother naija contestant Omasola took out time to tell Star boy how he is supposed to be sitting in award ceremonies giving his legendary status, and the number of awards that he has clinched both on home soil, and abroad, which isn't an easy feat, so having a sitting relaxation on a chair when in an award ceremony sounds like a good idea Wizkid should consider.
Omasola did have a good sense of humor with his caption, which gives a clear indication of the status of Wizkid who is probably one of Africa's biggest asset, when it comes to the music business.
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