- Amid his MIL concert, singer Wizkid has been given special recognition on a customer information board in London Underground
- Two anonymous staff members of TFL famous for writing on the boards dedicated a beautiful composition to the Nigerian superstar
- Popular show promoter, King Smade, shared a photo on Instagram and stirred reactions from many on social media
Nigerian singer Ayodeji Balogun aka Wizkid is truly living the moment amid his ongoing Made in Lagos (MIL) tour.
Just recently, the singer was given special recognition on a customer information board in London Underground.
The information boards became viral years ago after two anonymous employees of Transport for London (TFL) began writing inspiration poems and quotes on the boards originally designed to announce delays to commuters, according to Evening Standard.
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Well, Nigeria’s Wizkid has now gained recognition as he snagged a spot on one of the popular boards.
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The writers celebrated Wizkid’s record of selling out the popular O2 Arena in just two minutes. A portion of the message to the singer read:
"Ayo, Holla at your boy, Wizkid and shout out to the superstar Made in Lagos who can sell out the O2 Arena in two minutes, from Bombay to Roma and All the World Over."
See a photo of the board as reposted by popular show promoter, King Smade:
Social media users who reacted were completely impressed with the world play by the writers.
Read some comments below:
"Whatttt this is creativity and talent wow."
"TfL should let wizkidfc on buses or train for free."
"Lagos to the world ."
"Wizkid news Dey confuse person now oh.. who come be this again."
Buju pens appreciation post to Wizkid following O2 performance
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that singer Buju was full of praises for Wizkid after he made a thrilling appearance at the London O2 Arena.
Buju shared a video of his performance on social media and recounted how grace and Wizkid made the humbling moment happen.
The O2 arena crowd sang along to his music in the video that surfaced online and Nigerians commended him.