Grammy award winning singer, Ayodeji Balogun better known as Wizkid has kept mute following his double Grammy loss.
The singer who is yet to speak out since he lost 2 awards at the 64th Grammy awar, has kept his fans agitated.
Many have been speaking out for him and drumming support for him following his loss. From American model, Naomi Campbell to his babymama Jada Pallock, Simi, Prince, many have showed support for him.
An old tweet of Wizkid has surfaced online where he stated that he doesn’t care about awards.
According to him, he sees it as a bunch of ‘peeps’ putting together a show.
Wizkid added that he doesn’t post about nominations nor talk about it because he doesn’t care.
He tweeted, “I don’t post about nominations or talk about awards cos I don’t really care to be honest. Just a bunch of peeps putting together a show!”.
Kemi Filani news recalls American model and close pal of Wizkid, Naomie Campbell had pitched her tent over Beninese singer, Angelique Kidjo.
The model criticised the Academy awards, who are in charge of Grammy for overlooking his album.
Providing support for Wizkid, she described his album as phenomenal.
She crowned him as the King among his people, who has brought Afrobeats mainstream, which is way bigger than any award.
She wrote on her Instagram page, “To my brother @wizkidayo, #MadeInLagos was beyond a phenomenal album!! WINNER WITHOUT DOUBT!! You are the KING of the people, that has bought AFROBEATS mainstream, that means more than any academy of any sort…[email protected] Once again you choose to be tone deaf to what is going on the universe. Changing World Global is not Enough…get up to speed on the state of all popular music and include Afrobeats Artist of the Year, Song of the Year, Album of the Year and all the subcategories that this genre so deserves – just as an other respected and recognized musical genre. #MadeInLagos Album and song Essence, was clearly in the wrong category, how can you ignore the song Essence, The song by Wizkid, and Tems that was covered and remixed by Justin Bieber, you seem to isolate under global, when it should have been in song of the year category. This is a mis representation and a neglectful categorization of Music ONCE AGAIN. Give Afrobeats the representation it deserves. You are ignoring 1.3 billion people it will only make us Rise!! Afrobeats in our hearts Africabeats to the world! READ STATISTICS ON 3rd SLIDE”.