- Wizkid's third baby mama and manager, Jada Pollock, has been well commended for how much the singer has achieved under her management
- The mum of one recently took to social media to correct the notion that she is simply lucky to be successful
- Jada who has stirred mixed reactions with her statement revealed that she worked, prayed, and sacrificed for everything she has achieved
Wizkid's manager, Jada Pollock, has become a favourite following the groundbreaking achievements the singer has amassed under her direction.
The mum of one who is also the singer's third baby mama recently felt the need to let people know how much it took her to be where and who she is.
I'm not lucky
In a post sighted on Instagram, Jada warned people not to call her lucky because she prayed, worked and sacrificed for how well she is currently doing.
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"Don't ever call me lucky, I prayed, worked and sacrificed for mine."
See the post below:
Reactions to Jada's post
"As if many people did not pray and worked harder than you do, it’s still luck dear."
"She is so right. And I'm sure its her hard work that WizKid loves most about her."
"So many people worked nd prayed too, it’s still grace Aunty."
"She said what she said make una free her mama Zion."
"Who is fighting with her?"
"It’s Grace ma’am. Just enjoy it in peace."
"Yeah everything she said."
Jada celebrates Wizkid's sold-out concert
Wizkid concluded his MIL concert in London and the Nigerian star scored three massively successful shows. Some officials of the O2 Arena came together to recognise Wizkid’s effort and present him with a token of appreciation.
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Following the singer's success, his third baby mama and manager, Jada Pollock, took to social media to celebrate him.
Jada praised the father of her son for selling out the O2 arena and tagged him one of the fastest-selling artists of all time at the arena.