- Popular Nigerian singer, Wizkid’s fame and fortune has no doubt gone beyond the country’s borders
- The Made in Lagos star had lyrics from his song displayed at a British museum, and this was shared online by an excited Nigerian who spotted it
- Taking to Twitter, the young man posted a series of photos showing Wiz’s lyrics at the museum and expressed his pride
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Grammy-winning Nigerian artist, Wizkid, recently left many of his fans in awe after his lyrics were spotted at a British Museum.
Wizkid is undoubtedly one of the country’s most sought-after international exports, going by the great recognition he has enjoyed on the foreign scene.
His good fortune seems to have also been recognised by the British, who had his song lyrics displayed at the Horniman Museum.
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Taking to Twitter, a Nigerian man, DJ Timmy, spotted Wizkid’s lyrics from his Jaye Jaye song featuring Femi Kuti displayed at the museum.
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Timmy expressed his pride at seeing the music star being honoured in such a lasting way and he shared photos of it online.
In his caption, Timmy wrote:
“It was heart warming seeing Wizkid’s lyrics at a British Museum @HornimanMuseum”
See the tweet below:
Social media users react to Wizkid’s lyrics being displayed at British museum
Read what some internet users had to say about the great feat below:
Batman had this to say:
Big manny gushed over Wiz's legacy:
Nelly had this to say:
Prado threw shade at Burna Boy's fans:
How Wizkid and Davido's beef started
Much loved Nigerian musicians, Wizkid and Davido’s fans have now dug up an old video explaining how their friendship ended and how their beef started.
It is no longer news that Wizkid and Davido used to be on cool terms, but everything went awry, and their bad blood also seemed to be fueled by their fans.
An old video from many years ago has now reemerged on social media of both musicians speaking on how they fell out.
During an interview with media personality, Olisa Adibua, Wizkid noted it all started over a tweet he posted about his show in America.