After the Afrobeat Giant Wizkid shared Shallipopi’s most recent song, “Ex-Convinct,” the fast-rising Nigerian musician has been overcome with joy.
Several Nigerians questioned his potential and heavily accused him of stream fraud, also known as “stream farming,” when the “Elon Musk” singer dominated the Apple music chart and reached the top five with his most recent hit.
Wizkid amazingly uploaded the song, eliciting strong emotions, in the midst of a heated exchange of criticism directed at his social media presence. He also uploaded a picture of himself with Shallipopi as the subject.
He captioned it:
“Commote body for Shallipopi”
Shallipopi immediately thanked Wizkid on Twitter, giving the Afrobeat legend all the credit for helping to propel his most recent tune to the top of the current Apple Music list.
The young man gave a controlled reintroduction to himself to Nigerians in response to the new peak.
He tweeted the new peak with the following caption:
“They refer to me as the No. 1 Pluto community active,” said Shallipopi.
Nigerians lost their composure and responded furiously across all social media channels.