- Wizkid's manager and baby mama Jada P took to her Instagram story to share an appreciation message she got
- The message was from the photographer that the singer billed to shoot his London 02 concert which has now ended
- The young photographer was full of joy for the opportunity given to him to shoot the singer's awesome performance
A deaf photographer has expressed his joy after he was given the opportunity to shoot Wizkid's London 02 arena's concert.
The young man sent a message to Wizkid's baby mama and manager, stating that no deaf person had ever shot at the 02 arena before.
The excited photographer noted that he is the first deaf photographer to shoot at the massive venue, adding that he can't believe he did it.
The photographer appreciated both Wizkid and his baby mama, stating that the experience was great.
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When Jada said she would see the photographer again, the young man was excited as he stated that he would love to work with her and Wizkid again.
Meanwhile, Wizkid's baby mama told her followers to always be a blessing to others.
Read his message below:
Obi Cubana meets Wizkid as he attends his concert
Obi Cubana attended Wizkid's concert at the O2 Arena and no doubt had a very fun time at the event going by the videos he posted on social media. Cubana later met with the singer backstage and the two embraced each other.
Wizkid then thanked the businessman for attending his show as he earlier promised. Not stopping there, the Ojuelegba crooner also complimented the socialite on his appearance and said he was looking sharp.
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A number of fans were pleased to see Obi Cubana, who is also known to be Davido’s friend, at Wizkid’s concert.
Meanwhile, Wizkid's concert which started on Sunday, November 28, shook London to the core.
Activities for the night kicked off when the Ojuelegba crooner made a grand and dramatic entrance in the fully packed arena. A floating square-shaped object hovered in the air for some seconds before the singer emerged from the lower part of the stage and stopped mid-air.