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“Big Wiz don lean” – Reactions as Wizkid makes first public appearance following mum’s demise



Passionate fans of the globally renowned and acclaimed vocalist, Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, who is professionally known as Wizkid, conveyed a fusion of excitement and genuine worry as snapshots from his first public appearance following his mother’s passing, circulated widely.

WITHIN NIGERIA earlier reported the unfortunate passing of Wizkid’s mother, Mrs. Jane Dolapo Balogun, occurring around 1:30 am on Friday, August 17.

While his mother was still alive, the singer had a deep and authentic bond with her. This is precisely why the music sensation has chosen to maintain a low profile, navigating his grief, and temporarily halting all his scheduled performances.

In photos making the rounds, Wizkid was spotted taking in some luxury fashion culture during a recent visit to London.

He attended the exclusive opening night preview of “Gabrielle Chanel: Fashion Manifesto” at the prestigious Victoria and Albert Museum.

Decked out in impeccable attire, Wizkid seamlessly socialized with fellow guests at this exclusive gathering, offering an insider’s glimpse into Chanel’s profound impact on the realm of fashion.

The exhibition shines a spotlight on the creative legacy of the iconic designer Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel, showcasing an array of historic Chanel couture dresses, textiles, captivating photographs, and exquisite accessories.

Captured images reveal Wizkid in a sleek black shirt and trousers, striking a pose with a subtle bend and a composed, unsmiling expression.


Some fans, stumbling upon the photos, raise eyebrows about his appearance, averring he’s undergone a noticeable weight loss.

Simultaneously, a wave of excitement sweeps over those ecstatic to witness the return of their cherished singer after weeks of enigmatic social media silence.



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