“That one na your papa business” – Wizkid drags fan who disagreed with his claims “Money don’t buy love”

  • Nigerian singer Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun has sparked a trending conversation on the popular microblogging platform X, formerly Twitter, after expressing his admiration for a fan.
  • Wizkid, the “Essence” hitmaker, returns to X, causing violence after a fan’s statement was disrespected.
  • Wizkid, on his verified X page, asserted that money cannot buy genuine love.

Award-Winning Nigerian artistes Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun is currently trending online after recently blasting a fan on the popular microblogging platform X, which was previously known as Twitter.

After a while, Wizkid, the “Essence” hitmaker, returns to X, this time in a violent manner, as a fan on X disregards his comments.

Taking to his verified page on X, Wizkid stated from experience that money can’t buy genuine love.

Wizkid wrote, “Money don’t buy love.”

Responding, a fan known as Beela1 refused to agree with Wizkid’s saying that money is enough to buy love.

Beela1 wrote: “Boss, I disagree.”

This reaction did not sit well with the Grammy Award winner, who retaliated by attacking the fan’s father figure.

Wizkid wrote; “That one na ur papa business.”

Wizkid’s statement elicited varied reactions online, with some supporting him and others criticizing the musician for insulting the fan parent in his clap back.

Reacting to the post…

@bigab_starboy: Rich man Dey quote Poor man dey disagree.

@youngdezorich7: Werey dey disagree with rich man.

@stardomset: Yeah that Wizkid twitter vibe is back savage back to back.

@rxea_boy: Big wiz with da bad mouth always on savage.

@DanielRegha: Wizkid involving someone’s dad in his clap-back or response is disrespectful; Fans are cheering now but Burna had said the same “That one na ur papa business”, he will be labelled rude. The hypocrisy is sickening.

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