Wizkid gifts his Richard Mille wristwatch to Ghanaian colleague’s son

Ace Nigerian singer, Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun better known as Wizkid, has reportedly gifted his Richard Mille wristwatch to Ghanaian singer, Smallgod’s son.

The Afrobeats star who visited Ghana for the burial of Kill Beatz mother’s burial also took some time to chill with Smallgod.

The singer’s son who received Wizzy’s watch wore it on his wrist with pride and flaunted it in a video on social media platforms.

The boy was evidently happy as he smiled from cheek to cheek over the expensive gift and Wizkid’s kind gesture.

See the clip:

Reacting, iam_dealer; Watch wey e go collect una don label am gift …

emmanuella.eze.9461; The boy looks so much like Zion

obas_kuti; Just day play πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ wizkid too like promotion

bashy_d_garafina; Them don give Popsy molly

henzy_triumph; If na the other guy e for don full tunde timeline πŸ˜‚

In other news, a Nigerian man, Mayowa Tijani and his siblings have bought a new car for their father in celebration of his 70th birthday.

His dad recently became a septuagenarian when he clocked a new age and to mark the special day, his kids rallied and gifted him a Mercedes-Benz SUV.

Mayowa took to his Twitter page and shared photos of the man’s new whip alongside snapshot of WhatsApp chat with his two siblings where they duscussed about that to get their dad.

According the young man, what they were able to accomplish is one of the proudest moments of his life.

He also said that his brother and sister are the ones who brought a bulk share of the contribution for the expensive gift.

He wrote; β€œMy siblings and I had the privilege of buying our father a car. Another project that made it out of the WhatsApp group. This is one of the proudest moment of my adult life. #GratefulFor2022

Special gratitude to my ever-supportive brother and sister @TJ_Olaitan and @dammytj for bringing the lionshare of funds for this to happen. Thank you for 2022. Shout out to @jesseosiobe and Boss Auto for coming through. I’m grateful.”