Wizkid prays for better 2024 after tough 2023

Nigerian music superstar Ayodeji Balogun, popularly known as Wizkid, has lamented how tough 2023 was for him and hoped for a better 2024.

The singer revealed this on Sunday evening in a post on his Instagram story.

23 show me shege! 24 be good to me!.”

Wizkid’s revelation may not be unconnected to his mother’s death.

Wizkid lost his mother in August 2023 and she was buried the following month.

Born on July 14, 1957, Jane is survived by her husband,, Muniru Olatunji Balogun, and four children.

Her children are Yetunde Balogun, Omolara Osunkoya, Olubusayo Balogun, and Ayodeji ‘Wizkid’ Balogun.

Born in Surulere on July 16, 1990, Wizkid grew up in a polygamous home with a Muslim father and a Christian mother.

December, Wizkid released his latest musical project, the “Soundman Vol. 2” EP.

The four-tracks project includes vibrant collaborations with industry heavyweights Wande Coal and Zlatan Ibile.

Notably, ‘Soundman Vol. 1’ was released in December 2019.

The release of this project comes a month after Wizkid hinted at taking a five year break from music.

The Afrobeats star stated that he would be taking four or five years off the music scene.

He added that he is considering taking up football or golf.

He wrote in broken English, “Back in 4 years, make una papa chop him money small or maybe five or I fit still go dey play ball now.

“Or make I start dey play golf. fifa or wrestling b*tch!”All of una dey craze! Everybody dey mad.

“On some G shit, I hope you mofuckas alright body mind and soul and taking time out to enjoy with your loved ones.”

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