Moment Wizkid protest against EndSars movement during his Live performance on YouTube (Video)

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Multiple award winning singer and songwriter, Wizkid showed the world why he’s being ranked as one of the best in Africa when he shut down the internet some hours ago while performing on YouTube.

Moment Wizkid protest against EndSars movement during his Live performance on YouTube (Video)

Wizkid who have been dropping hits upon hits ever since he came on board performed live on

YouTube some hours ago and it was an electrifying performance

that sweet fans off their feet.

Coming off from dropping his much anticipated album ‘Made In Lagos’, Wizkid showed the

world he’s a force to reckon with as he performs some of his hit singles and the performance

was streamed by millions of people across the world.

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With hashtag WizKidLiveYT topping the list of trends across the world on Twitter,

Wizkid seized the opportunity to speak about police brutality that have become a big issue in Nigeria.

The award winning singer and songwriter while performing one of his hit songs in ‘Ojuelegba’

continued the EndSars movement and it’s one fans and lovers of good music will be proud of.

Wizkid was one of the big names that protested against the police brutality and bad governance

in Nigeria as he made sure his voice was heard by joining protest in UK.

He also used his social media platforms to call out Nigerian leaders over their inability to

provide a better country for citizens who had voted them in power.

See video of Wizkid electrifying YouTube performance below:

‘Made In Lagos’ that was dropped by Wizkid some days ago.have also been topping charts across streaming platforms and some fans have been tipping it to win big at award shows.

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