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Wizkid gave N1million to his Fans last week | N250k for Fan with Tattoo of Wizkid’s Face on his Chest – WATCH



There was a special Industry night hosted for Wizkid on Wednesday last week and it was a very interesting one.

Star boy Wizzy gave out N1million to fans at the event. Fans were meant to sing Wizkid songs to earn their cut of the cash but when one fan emerged with a tattoo of Wizkid’s face on his chest; there was really no need for the guy to sing anything! Wizkid declared him as a winner of N250,000 cash.

Watch below


  1. This world.

    January 2, 2016 at 6:28 pm

    So, in a country (and world) where there are so many desperately poor, where people are being arrested by police for selling their babies due to absolute abject poverty, the message is that to get a few bucks, to survive a while longer, be able to put food in your cramping, starving stomach, feed your malnourished children, evade eviction into the streets from your rent-frustrated landlord, afford your next fix from your pusher or having to do something really criminal to pay him off, all you need is to tattoo (even on credit) wizkid’s face on your body; and, seeing the chest got N250k, more desperate/crazed people may attempt tattooing his likeness on other body parts eg face and other more private parts. How far will the insanity go before it is ended? And who do these ‘celebrities’ and ‘stars’ listen to? Where are their parents? or are they of no moral weight in their lives anymore? Is there no one to advise them the dangers of such paths? They have now all become gods unto themselves and seek to become greater and greater, more and more gods to as many spellbound or just plain desperate worshippers/ ‘fans’ as they can find.

    • NaijaPikin

      January 3, 2016 at 4:11 am

      What’s wrong with him appreciating his fans. Aren’t they the ones that have made him the star he is?

    • lil

      January 3, 2016 at 5:34 am

      abeg shut up. you to talk

    • mimi

      January 3, 2016 at 7:49 am

      Wait was he the one that told the fan do tattoo his face. Lay the blame or your rant at the right place a beg. If you don’t like wiz kid or “celebrities “it’s fine but they are not the cause of Nigeria’s problem. They are hustling to make it as well only abi does anyone harass you over the salary you make when you decide to spend it how you like?

    • Tolani

      January 3, 2016 at 4:44 pm

      Mimi baby! Thank you! We all know where wiz kid makes his money from and its legit! Pls don’t dictate how one should use their money cause you won’t do same

    • Madam Boredom

      January 3, 2016 at 9:02 am

      Kindly direct your comments to @MBuhari @nassnigeria and #nigeriagovernorsforum These are the public figures that have put themselves into office to ease the lives of our people but are too busy fighting each other and stealing to care.

      In case you don’t understand, Wizkid is an entertainer not a politician. It is not his job to take on all the problems of Nigeria and fix them simply because he has made money through music. However, how generous of him to share his money with his fans and all you can do is come here and criticise.

  2. Honeycrown

    January 2, 2016 at 7:20 pm

    Na wa!!! Even Goldmyne TV caption spelling was wrong. “Tatooed” instead of Tattooed.

  3. tolu

    January 2, 2016 at 7:34 pm

    @thisworld, ao do u want to control som1 dat makes money at dat age? Lol ofcourse he wnt listen im sure they do

  4. DTN

    January 2, 2016 at 7:37 pm

    wizzz for life

  5. Lateefah

    January 2, 2016 at 8:12 pm


  6. jasmine

    January 2, 2016 at 10:06 pm

    Seriously? I’m speechless

  7. ATL's finest

    January 2, 2016 at 11:34 pm

    Foolishness of the highest order mtchew NEXT!

  8. nnenne

    January 3, 2016 at 1:54 am

    No offence, but the man is promoting his career
    . These are his fans. They bring the money home for him.
    It would be nice if he donates to charity. Who’s to say he is/ has not?
    Moreover , what is the duty of our social services?
    Free the guy, please.

    • This world.

      January 3, 2016 at 1:39 pm

      @nnenne, I AM trying to “free” him, can’t you see? Can’t you see that this kind of adulation and worship, this kind of elevation to god or demi-god status, this kind of blind adoration, this kind of crazed, self-denigrating, self-abasing followership, this kind of slavish adulation just CANNOT be a good thing for any human being at the end receiving end of it. Even as a full-grown adult of senior years with grey hair and great-grandchildren, how can any man, any mere flesh and blood be subjected to this (and he is being subjected) to all these kinds of things constantly, continuously and still remain normal? How is such a person supposed to be able to reason with and within the same normal parameters that guide human, sane behaviour? human sane, moral standards? How is he expected not to gradually start seeing himself as above the law? as superhuman? as not ordinary? as invincible? as untouchable? how is he expected not to become addicted to this kind of worship? not to begin to NEED it? before he can feel normal? before he can feel happy? before he can feel successful? before he can feel successful?

      Don’t you know that the list of ‘celebrities’ and ‘stars’ that have gone down this self-destructive path and, of course, ended tragically, is long?

      Apart from this lone, don’t you know the list of those who have turned to drugs to get this same feeling, or who turned to drugs because of the false invincibility, the false above human weaknesses/above ordinary standards derived made them feel they could NEVER become addicted, and ended tragically, shamefully, is long?

      You have no idea, no idea how I weep for this generation, how my heart breaks, how I cry to God, and when we try to save lives, people will mindlessly accuse one of ‘hating’. May God help us and have mercy on us in Jesus’ Name, Amen. I’ll say this story as a final word (for the wise), I’m not going to comment again. I remember, many years ago, a tv commercial in the UK, it started and we could see Superman (the super-hero in his costume) on the the roof of a building, or on the ledge of one of the top floors or the roof of the building , you get the idea, it was a long time ago for me to remember the exact spot but it was high on a building, and there was a transfixed crowd of spectators below, pointing up and gasping and exclaiming, and some just speechless, then, we saw Superman take the leap off the top of the building, his cape billowing out in the wind behind him as he descended, suddenly, we were looking at the very awkwardly sprawled body of a young man, face downwards, on the street, a pool of blood spreading from his head, the same transfixed, (horrified) and now, all, completely speechless crowd around him, gazing down at his lifeless body as the flashing red lights of ambulance and police services could be seen on the edges, and one or two of the paramedics and police officers just begin to break into the crowd around the body, the picture goes off and we see the last screen shot, and it’s black background, with these words: “JUST SAY NO.” And, it gives a website and/or numbers to contact for help with drug use. And you, the viewer realise, that ‘Superman’ wasn’t really Superman but that unfortunate young man his lifeblood spilling out on the asphalt, under the influence of drugs and thinking himself to be Superman. What we saw him as before he splattered and died on the street was what he was seeing himself as until the final, irrevocable action when it was too late and his delusion died with him, and we saw him as mere mortal, ordinary, human after all, and under our feet, at the last.

      Today, we all decry Majek Faskek, some weep when we see the photos of him, when we read the unstable verbal meanderings that come out of his mouth and we say, “How could he do this to himself?” Pray that when we all stand before our Maker, on the Day of Judgement, HE will not call us to account, individually and collectively, and point to Majek, and then ask us, each and every one, “How could you do this to him?”

    • bn lover

      January 3, 2016 at 9:17 pm

      @this world, u chop wella enter bella today

  9. phoenixceleste

    January 3, 2016 at 2:29 pm

    I stil wonder y som ppl r bifing d guy,i rili don’t c anytin wrong in what wizkid did.we should apreciate him if dats his litle way of giving back to his you know if he gives to charity homes or must he anounce all he does to d world.wizkid isn’t a politician neither did he put Nigeria in this mess.please direct your anger to the PDPigs.they destroyed our system.

  10. deemanwest

    January 28, 2016 at 10:19 pm

    Notin bad in gud tin,wizbaba keep doin more brify more more blessing

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