Well, the talks of Wizkids newest album Made in Lagos have been ongoing for days now and it looks as if this will be one of Wizkid's best album yet. The album which was released days ago have gathered so many views and rave reviews both local and internationally and it's looking quite bright for the star boy.
Wizkid have been congratulated by many artist in the music industry and Davido is one of the first to congratulate the music star. Now it looks like Davido's fans are now calling for the superstar to drop his own album after seeing Wizkid drop his. In a video posted by Instablog9ja's Twitter handle, a man was caught on camera carrying what looked like a fetish Sacrifice and calling out Davido's name. In the video, the man was trying a white towel round his waist and was at a junction. From the looks of it one who notice that this was purely a comic video and there was nothing more attached to it.
Be it comic or not, people have been reacting to it, with some finding it hilarious and other........well not so much. Here is the screenshots of the video and the reactions that followed it.....
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