Social Media Roundup: Twitter Agog Over Wizkid’s Collabo with Beyonce on ‘Brown Skin Girl’
It’s another exciting weekend and popular Nigerian popstar, Wizkid, has got social media buzzing over his performance in ‘Brown Skin Girl’. The song from “The Lion King: The Gift” features American singer, Beyonce.
Here’s how Twitter users felt:
Twitter users showered him with accolades after listening to the track in which Blue Evy Carter and Saint Jhn were also featured.
See the reactions below:
Because the new song celebrates the black skin, some went ahead to troll people who have bleached their skin already.
Other Nigerian artistes like Tiwa Savage, Yemi Alade, Tekno, Mr Eazi and Burna Boy alongside Ghana’s Shatta Wale and Busiswa, were also featured.
Already, Nigerians are advocating for at least a Grammy nomination for the artistes featured. We hope they get it sha.
Reactions as Super Eagles Captain Mikel Obi Retires after AFCON2019
Nigerian captain John Obi Mikel has announced his retirement from international football. His decision to quit the national team came hours after the country’s third-place finish at the 2019 AFCON. He made the news known via his Instagram page.
His leadership and service to the country earned him widespread applause from fans on social media as Nigerians bid him farewell. See below:
That said, naija no get chill. They went ahead to troll the Eagles because of their 3rd place win.
Well we wish him all the best going forward.
Nigerian celebrities join the viral #FaceAppChallenge
The challenge began after an app that predicts how people change as they age was created. And the results looked so funny.
See some below:
Now sha, we know based on speculation that the app might be used for data collection or to invade a user’s privacy without their knowledge. Read here.
It is more than just pictures of people, for those who don’t know.
Have a great weekend……..
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