- A social media user has gotten trolled online for his unusual request
- The individual pleaded with indigenous rapper Zlatan to sign Wizkid to his label
- Other social media users who spotted his plea were quick to ‘knock’ him
Sensational rapper Zlatan Ibile has received an unusual request from a follower on Twitter following a post he shared on his page.
The indigenous rapper had taken to the page noting that his music company, Zanku Records, would be a-year-old come January 1, 2021.
Zlatan also used the opportunity to call on his fans and followers to watch out for the unveiling of another artiste set to join their label.
Shortly after sharing the tweet, a user on the platform was spotted in the comment section with an unusual request for the rapper.
The user identified as @samsonowunmi pleaded with the rapper to sign music star Wizkid to Zanku Records.
See the exchange between them below:
While a response was not spotted from the rapper to the fellow, there were other social media users who were quick to troll him over his suggestion.
One individual noted that Zlatan has not won any entertainment award and does not have enough international recognition, yet he is being told to sign Wizkid.
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See tweet below:
Another social media user called on @samsonowunmi to stop his plea.
See the exchange below:
Check out what Twitter user @braimonzlee had to say to @samsonowunmi
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Meanwhile, in a different story about the rapper, Legit.ng reported that Zlatan recently revealed that he worked as a bricklayer and cut grass for people before his rise to fame.
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The Zanku crooner stated that things only got easier when he got admitted into the university.
He also said he intends to embezzle money if he ever becomes the president of Nigeria.
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