Wizkid’s Lovers Mock Burna Boy After Bombshell No More New Album

Fans of Nigerian superstar Wizkid also referred to as ‘Wizkid FC’ are mocking Grammy award-winning musician Burna Boy after he declared that he gained’t be dropping any new album until further be aware..”

The self-acclaimed African Giant made the announcement on his InstaStory days after thrilling enthusiasts at Parklife Festival in Manchester, United Kingdom.

“I would possibly decide to NOT drop an album for a long time. In truth, you realize what, no album till further notice,” he wrote

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The new development is likewise coming days after he collaborated with famous American artist, Jon Bellion on the brand new single titled ‘I feel it’.

Burna Boy’s last album, Twice As Tall, which changed into released in August 2020, earned the singer his first Grammy Award.

Reacting to the new development, a few fans took to their social media page to present their takes, with some announcing the African Giant was humbled via Wizkid’s latest venture, ‘Made In Lagos Deluxe..”

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See some reactions underneath:

That is what is going to manifest if Big Wiz determined to drop album every yr .#MilDeluxe finished all of us @wizkidayo you too bad.. Absolutely everyone dey scare of una

— Ayomide Kehinde (@AyomideKehind15) September 18, 2021

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Wizkid see what you’ve prompted

😂

— wizkid light

💡 (@Fweshie_) September 18, 2021

Like

🤣 make mil no swallow am

— SterLing ArcheR (@didi_seyi) September 18, 2021

Anything all people drop now, #MIL cross swallow. So odogwu clever man.

— B R I G H T O L O G Y ● (@SCBright_) September 18, 2021

Burna and Davido looking Wizkid’s excursion overall performance like: p.C.Twitter.Com/VPZTUy8dvU

A very quick story

Starring: Burnaboy, Davido and an album percent.Twitter.Com/EuShDAguPm

🥁

🎹 (@GobiloW) September 18, 2021