Jada Pollock, who shared a screenshot of Vogue Magazine’s article on Wizkid, was dragged into an interesting exchange with a fan and trust us to come through with it for you.
The post she shared came with the caption;
Shout out to @vogue for supporting the movement. NYC was a great success 🙏🏽 CC @fredsaintfoster for helping bring this all to light & @irenettyafor putting together a show stopping pop up at
Reacting to the post she shared, @jay_deegram wrote;
Nothing better than a baby mama supporting her baby daddy God bless you Jada
Jada Pollock who responded to this, wrote;
@jay_deegram – Thanks for you’re kind words! I’m NOT just a baby mama supporting her baby daddy. I’m a manager working extremely HARD to elevate and push a global movement that means a lot to us all.
In Vogue Magazine’s new article about Wizkid, the Nigerian singer was declared the hottest singer in Africa. Vogue Magazine wrote an article on how the singer is making his country proud, and selling Nigeria to the rest of the world.
The article by Vogue Magazine reads in part;
This past Saturday, Wizkid—currently Africa’s hottest pop star by almost any measure—unveiled his new capsule collection with a takeover of Reign in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District.
Better known as a destination for hard-to-find Y-3 gear, the New York City streetwear shop was remade, floor to ceiling, in Wizkid’s image for the pop-up, complete with a glass dome emblazoned with “Starboy” (the name of the new collection, as well as Wizkid’s music imprint and longtime nickname).
From this futuristic perch, the Starboy himself performed and posed for a veritable flash mob of devotees. “For me, when I dropped my last project, I just felt it was time to do something for my fans, so they could have almost like, a piece of me,” explained Wizkid, unwinding from the impromptu concert in the shop’s secluded backyard.