Yemi Alade Reacts After Fan Had More Followers Than Wizkid’s


Afrobeats sensation Yemi Alade has replied to a man who questioned her huge Instagram presence.

This came after the man, identified as Somahjo, while reacting to a post of the singer questioned why she had more followers than Wizkid

“How this woman takes to reach 14.7 million than Wizkid .. Omo I no understand.”

Reacting to the statement, Yemi Alade noted “God’s grace. God’s grace will continue to confuse the enemy.”

Yemi Alade have a huge following of over fourteen million while her counterpart, Wizkid has a following of twelve million on Instagram.

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Meanwhile, Nigerian singer, Ibrahim Balogun, better known as Wizkid has reacted to a statement recounting how he was hustling and being an errand boy before he came into the limelight.

READ ALSO: Wizkid: Afrobeats spreads love with Essence understands that Toke Makinwa, in a recent interview with Chude Jideonwo, while querying the young people of today who want to succeed without putting in the work, recounted how Wizkid use to carry speakers and buy amala for Djs in his early years. 

“I was at Rhythm and Wizkid used to carry speakers and he will be sent by DJs to buy Amala and he will do it, he was the studio rat, just help me play my song he will say. People look at him now and say he is arrogant not knowing the work he had put into this journey”.

Speaking further, she said “it is the same way people can look at me now and say I got it all easy but if you have been following my career, and seeing the hardwork I put in, you should ask me what I am doing with my life if by now I am not enjoying all I am enjoying now from my hardwork”.

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