“I was born broke.. But I’d die rich” — Wizkid

Wizkid is without doubt one of the biggest musical export from Nigeria to the rest of the world.

Rising from a humble beginning to the prominence he now enjoys, Wizkid is an example of a true grass to grace story.

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The young singer is known to be very hardworking and always in the studio making music and has ended up amassing a massive following on the Nigerian social media.

Recently, Wizkid took to Twitter to tell fans how he intends to die.
According to him, he was born broke, but he will die a wealthy person.

“I was born broke.. But I’d die rich” — Wizkid Celebrity News

Nigerian popstar, Wizkid has taken to Twitter to reveal that although he was born broke, he’d never die poor, but he’d die very “wealthy”.

“I was born broke.. But I’d die rich” — Wizkid Celebrity News

The sensational singer who was listed as 7th Richest Artiste in Africa made the statement via his Twitter account today. He wrote; “Born Broke, Die wealthy”.

“I was born broke.. But I’d die rich” — Wizkid Celebrity News
“I was born broke.. But I’d die rich” — Wizkid Celebrity News

The talented singer comes from a large family and is the last of six children.

Wizkid started singing at age 11; he sang in his church’s choir and released a 7 track album entitled “Lil Prinz”.

Wizkid’s first song featured one of Nigeria’s celebrated musical icon, OJB Jezreel. M
oreover, in 2006, Wizkid collaborated with Naeto C and Ikechukwu prior to rising to stardom.

In 2009, Wizkid became a household name within Nigeria’s musical landscape; he was featured on M.I’s “Fast Money, Fast Cars”, and Kel’s “Turn by Turn”.

Wizkid was featured on Banky W’s album, The W Experience, after getting signed to Empire Mates Entertainment.

Wizkid began recording songs for his debut album, Superstar, several months prior to the June 9, 2011 release.

Wizkid has won 7 awards, including Ghana Music Awards (African Artist of the Year) in 2013, BET Awards 2012 (Best International Act Africa) in 2012, Hip Hop World Awards 2012 (The Headies) in two nominations, Nigerian Entertainment Awards 2012, in two nominations, Mobo Awards (Best African Act) in 2011.

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