Ayo Ibrahim Balogun, popularly known as Wizkid is recognized as one of the greatest artistes in and outside the shores of Africa due to his numerous hit songs and feats in the entertainment industry.
The 'Joro' crooner recently announced his One-off show in London, which will be held this November. The show, which is to take place at the O2 Arena in London has got so many of his fans gunning for the tickets shortly after the announcement was made and the tickets have been selling really fast.
Like an hour ago, the show was declared "Sold Out" in just 12 minutes. Wizkid took to his Instagram page to announce this with caption: 'Sold out the O2 in 12mins!! Love u London!!' . This is a record-breaking feat as it has never been done before. This means those that have not gotten their tickets would have to wait for another edition of the show because tickets sales has stopped and tickets remain permanently unavailable for the 2021 One-off O2 Arena show.
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