Wizkid: “I Am Now Careful of My Lyrics Because of My Kids”

Nigerian music symbol, Ayodeji Balogun, famously known as Wizkid, has uncovered he’s currently more cautious with the verses of his melodies due to his kids.

The dad of four, who expressed this in a new meeting with the Watchman UK, conceded that having children has made him more mindful about the contents of his tunes.

As indicated by him, he’s currently cautious about what he puts out there since his children pay attention to his tunes.

“Presently I’m more cautious with what I put in my tunes in light of the fact that my children pay attention to my melodies.” He said.

Talking further, he said,

“Close by dealing with my inner self, another hold back nothing section is to live for eternity. I as of late went to see Weave Marley’s melodic, ‘Get Up, Stand Up!’ I was like, ‘Yo, we’re watching a Bounce Marley play, and this person died many years prior. Sway Marley accomplished such a great deal early in life I didn’t have a clue about that he died at 36. It simply reaffirms what I do, and I need to hold taking this to the most noteworthy levels. Since I know one day, they are certainly going to make a play about me.”

In the mean time, Wizkid and his administrator, Jada Pollock as of late invited their second youngster together.

Jada shared a photograph of herself and her two children with the subtitle; “Past a gift 🖤 Thank You God for one more year!”

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