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Wizkid Says He Doesn’t Want His Children To Emulate His Lifestyle, Reveals Why

Wizkid has revealed that he would not want his children to follow in his footsteps.

Popular Nigerian singer, Wizkid has revealed that he would not want his children to emulate his lifestyle because “it’s a crazy generation we’re living”.

Wizkid Says He Doesn't Want His Children To Emulate His Lifestyle, Reveals Why 1

Wizkid, who disclosed this during a recent virtual chat with Zane Lowe on Apple Music, said he wants his three children be better human beings rather than following his footsteps.

He said; “First of all, it’s a crazy generation we’re living in, and as time goes by as they are exposed to everything. So it is very, very important to let my kids understand life and understand themselves.

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“I wouldn’t want them to emulate me, be even better human beings. That is my own important role to be able to raise great, amazing human beings, man. But I mean from the soul, cause whenever I meet a great person, I’m happy.

“Like I feel I go out and like there’s a whole lot of us around. You feel me? So I would just want to always in the midst of everything, in the midst of the madness, in the midst of how fast the world is growing as I would just always want my kids to stay true to that. Just by me just staying true to who I am, so yeah.”

KanyiDaily recalls that last week, Wizkid flew his first son, Boluwatife, to Ghana to spend some quality time with his youngest brother, Zion.

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