The photographer who covered Nigerian singer, Wizkid‘s concert at the 02 arena in London, has rained encomium on the singer and his manager, Jada for giving him the opportunity to showcase the event through his lens.
The photographer, who happens to be deaf, in a WhatsApp conversation with Wizkid’s manager, Jada thanked the singer for the rare opportunity, while noting that no deaf photographer has covered the 02 arena in London.
The screenshot chat was shared on Instagram by Jada P, who captioned it with “always stay a blessing to others”.
The chat from the photographer reads,
“I would love to work with you and Wizkid again. Thank you. You are amazing person. I can’t believe that I did it! No one deaf photographer did 02 Arena before. I am the first deaf photographer done it. Thank you for giving me the opportunity. I appreciate you. It was a great experience. May God bless you and Wizkid,”
Meanwhile, Nigerian songstress, Temilade Openiyi better known as Tems has seemingly reacted to the buzz that trailed the moment her colleague and global music icon, Wizkid tried lifting her up while they were performing at the 02 Arena in London about two days ago.
With videos circulating the social media space, there were lots of mixed reactions to the moment Wizkid tried lifting Tems as they performed their hit track, “Essence” to tens of thousands of people at the venue.
While a bunch of people were adamant that the songstress was quite uncomfortable with the action by Wizkid, others didn’t really read meaning to it as they felt it was in the heat of the moment and the singer didn’t have the intention of “defiling” her while on stage.
Well, Tems, who has also been on her “A Place Called Orange” tour in the United Kingdom, during one of her recent shows, seemingly spoke on the trending issue.
Right after she performed the hit track “Essence”, she goes on to say she’ll like to “say something” and then, sang the praises about Wizkid and how grateful she is for having him in her space.
She then goes on to say that she loves him and that will never change. Watch her speak,