The video, which went viral, shows the Grammy-winning winner addressing to the students who were wanting to touch him.
Wizkid, an Afrobeats singer, is causing a stir after a video of him chatting to students at his childhood school surfaced on social media.
The Afrobeats sensation was in Nigeria a few weeks ago for the burial of his late, beloved mother, who had passed on to the other side.
Following the occasion, while still in Nigeria, the musician decided to make a visit to JEBU-ODE Grammar School, where he had attended as a child.
The video, which went viral, shows the Grammy-winning performer addressing to the students who were wanting to touch him.
He spoke to them and kept making signs to ‘calm down’. The background music, however, made it impossible to hear what the ‘Joro’ singer was saying to the students.
Check out some of the comments that followed the post…
Shegs😁 opined: “Wizkid tell them say calm down money Dey 😹”
userBeatrice wrote: “so tell me what has he done for those kids???”
mihrah said: “This children don’t know Watin God do for them”
Bello Ridwan Babatunde shared: “Nah secondary school oo, nah same school I too attented IJEBU-ODE GRAMMAR SCHOOL”
Mama🥺❤️🦚🦋 stated: “Na me be that small boy way touch his hand 🥰🥰😂”