Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, better known by his stage as Wizkid, has sparked outrage after claiming that he sold out a show ticket in 12 minutes.
The ‘Joro' singer had previously stated that he would open a ticketing gateway for his event, which would take place at the 02 Arena on Sunday, November 28th, 2021 as part of his ‘Made In Lagos' album tour.
The 02 Arena, as we all know, is one of the world's largest multifunctional indoor arenas, located in southeast London, where musicians from all over the world perform.
Many people were surprised when Wizkid recently disclosed that he had sold out of performance tickets in just 12 minutes at one of the busiest music arenas in the world.
His message drew the attention of a slew of celebrities, who reacted angrily to it.
Obi Cubana, a well-known businessman and head of the Cubana company, is one of the famous figures that reacted to his message. He just responded to Wizkid's statement by referring to him as one of his nicknames, 'Big Wiz.'
This photo below shows Obi Cubana's reaction
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