'I want to live a normal and simple life' singer says

All this comes after Nigerian singer Seyi-Shay, currently in Jamaica, claimed Wizkid actually wrote and owns the single 'One dance' by Drake.


The singer following the controversy that followed revealed he just wants to live a simple life.

"The same debate is going on in Africa right now, that he sampled the Afrobeats, It was actually Wizkid's song so it was not Drake's song, I don't know if I can I talk about this but it's actually Wizkid's song, Wizkid wrote it, Legendary Beats and some other Nigerian producers produced it as an Afrobeat song and they stripped a lot of the music away..." Seyi explained.

Wizkid in reaction to Seyi Shay's claims says the singer lied after which Seyi Shay tendered an apology.

Now, the 'Ojuelegba' singer wants to leave a normal life filled with humility.

He tweeted,"Just want to live a normal and simple life! No matter how big man gets!"


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