- Singer Wizkid recently headlined a sold-out concert in Ghana and he took a moment to preach about peace and unity
- The singer maintained that Ghanaians, Nigerians, Kenyans among other Africans are all one and the same
- The singer’s comment at the concert comes after Shatta Wale’s bitter rant against Nigerian music stars
Nigerian singer Wizkid was recently in Ghana where he headlined a sold-out concert and the music star didn’t leave the stage without addressing an important issue.
During his performance, the Made in Lagos (MIL) crooner explained to the thousands of Ghanaians at the venue that he is all about love for each other and a united Africa.
The Nigerian superstar explained that everyone from Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya among other African countries are all one and the same and should carry the message of a united Africa.
In his words:
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"It is one Africa, man. We move together in numbers baby. And I want you guys to know it is one love, one Africa every f*cking time. Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, we are all the same people mehn."
Watch the video below:
Another video captured the mammoth crowd that showed up for the Nigerian music star and how they even struggled to grab his face towel.
Shatta Wale’s call-out
Earlier on, Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, went on a lengthy social media rant where he blasted Nigerian artistes.
The singer accused Nigerian superstars of doing little or nothing to promote the music of their colleagues from other African countries.
During his concert in Ghana, he equally blasted those who suggested that he wouldn’t be able to have a sold-out show in his country like Nigerian artistes who visit.
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Reactions trail Wizkid’s message of unity
"More love less ego.. man steady practicing what he’s preaching."
"Wizkid ways of handling matters baffles me a lot that guy is Matured."
"See my baby voice."
"Word but wizzy is too big for this guy matter."
Vic O slams Shatta Wale
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that rapper Vic O expressed displeasure at his Ghanaian colleague, Shatta Wale, for insulting Nigerian artistes.
Vic O challenged Shatta Wale to a rap battle and warned him to be careful how he runs his mouth about Nigeria.
Numerous internet users reacted to Vic O’s challenge and many of them had funny things to say.