- A young man on Facebook recently shared a revelation from his pastor about Wizkid
- According to the man, his pastor said singer Wizkid has sold his soul to the devil
- The controversial revelation elicited mixed reactions from Nigerians on social media
- Media personality, Daddy Freeze, also shared his opinion on the matter
A young Nigerian Facebook user identified as Jossy Thegod recently took to the social media platform with a revelation got from his pastor about Wizkid.
Jossy in his post had submitted that the Grammy-winning artiste had sold his soul to the devil.
He went on to add that his pastor shared the vision with them in church and revealed how he had seen the singer in hell.
The individual in his post also disclosed that he had a chat with another man about the singer and he got more explanation about the matter.
Jossy said he was told the meaning of Wizkid’s fan base and made to understand the real origin of the singer's nickname, Machala.
His post read:
"His fan base name Wizkid FC, that FC is like an abbreviation of two ancient Latin words which are "Fæxeh Chæïn" it means Deviíl followers. His Nickname "MACHALA" it's a Greek word which means ‘DÈMON’."
In conclusion, Jossy warned that those who have been listening to songs by the Joro crooner are being controlled by the devil.
See his post below:
The post sparked mixed reactions from Nigerians on Facebook. Read some comments sighted below:
Adebiyi Adedeji said:
"You and your pastor are sick in head. Both of you need some quick deliverance."
Shola Ajibade said:
"That person you call your pastor is obviously an ignoramus and a charlatan. I seriously suggest you change your church."
"My pastor told us, cracked me tales by moonlight."
"Religion is the problem of this country."
Also reacting, controversial media personality, Daddy Freeze, clamped down on the pastor who had the said vision.
See his post below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously gathered the report of an artist identified as Wisekid who showed off the streaming numbers for his 'Lasgidi Made' album. The album, which is another name for Wizkid's Made in Lagos, has songs with the same titles as Wizkid's MIL.
This caught the attention of several Nigerians on social media who have since reacted to the gist. Some Twitter users alleged that Wisekid had been making N30 million monthly since October 2020 by copying Wizkid's music on Apple Music and Amazon.