- Singer Wizkid was the headline act of the Afrochella concert in Ghana and the show was a massively successful one
- A video making the rounds online captured Ghanaian star Stonebwoy chilling with Wizkid backstage after the show
- The clip stirred different reactions online as many used the opportunity to troll dancehall artiste Shatta Wale
Nigerian singer Wizkid seems to be having a great time in Ghana even amid the recent online meltdown by dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale.
The Made in Lagos (MIL) crooner was the headline act of the Afrochella concert in the country and Ghanaians turned out in their numbers to watch the music star.
Interestingly, Ghanaian superstar, Stonebwoy was spotted chilling with Wizkid backstage just after he finished his show.
The singers sat across each other and even held hands as they chatted away. Watch the clip below:
We're all the same, Wizkid says in reaction to Shatta Wale's 'bitter' rant during sold-out concert in Ghana
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Shatta Wale gets dragged
Social media users who reacted to the video used the opportunity to throw jabs at Shatta Wale who had earlier waged ‘war’ against Nigerian musicians.
Read comments sighted below:
"Shatta wale how market?"
"Now I see reason why many people like Stoneboy in Ghana."
"Shatta wale left the group ."
"Shatta Wale still dey Struggle inside Crowd."
"Shatawale just dey use naija catch cruise to remain relevant..."
"Some people will just be fighting their self."
"Someone should pls check on Shatta Nonsense, make e no go off."
Wizkid calls for peace during concert in Ghana
Earlier on, Legit.ng reported that Wizkid headlined a sold-out concert in Ghana and he took a moment to preach about peace and unity.
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The singer maintained that Ghanaians, Nigerians, Kenyans among other Africans are all one and the same. Wizkid's comment at the concert came after Shatta Wale’s bitter rant against Nigerian music stars
In the singer's words:
"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."