EndSARS: Wizkid postpones dropping Made In Lagos album due to unrest

EndSARS: Wizkid postpones dropping Made In Lagos album due to unrest

- Top Nigerian music star, Wizkid, seems to be slowing things down with his upcoming album due to recent events

- The music star who has been quite vocal during the EndSARS protests might be shifting attention from his much anticipated Made In Lagos album

- Wizkid replied a fan who wanted to know when he would be dropping the album that it would not be happening yet because of the ‘mad times’

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Popular Nigerian singer, Wizkid Ayo Balogun, has given fans another update concerning his much anticipated Made In Lagos album.

The award-winning musician has undoubtedly been very vocal about the EndSARS protests that have been rocking the nation. Even though he was absent from the country, he made sure to attend the one organised by Nigerians in London.

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A curious fan took to Twitter to remind the singer that an end must be brought to SARS and then he chipped in the question of when Wizkid would drop his Made In Lagos album.

The singer responded by admitting that the album would not be released yet. He also went ahead to explain why. According to Wizkid, these were mad times.

End SARS: Wizkid postpones dropping Made In Lagos album due to unrest
Wizkid has admitted that he would not be releasing his Made In Lagos album yet. Photos: @wizkidayo, @zionayo / IG.
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See their exchange below:


Legit.ng had earlier reported that two of Wizkid's sons, Zion and Boluwatife, expressed joy and pride in him for participating in the End SARS protest.

A fan page dedicated to the singer’s youngest son, Zion, shared a photo of Wizkid at the protest in London holding a placard as he stood in solidarity with other Nigerians who were against the SARS unit.

The singer’s first son, Tife, also shared a powerful photo and video of Wizkid at the protest. The post was also accompanied with a caption explaining how proud he was of his father’s actions.

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