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Nigerian female sensational singer Simi has reacted to the massive crowd at Wizkid’s concert at London’s O2 Arena on Sunday night.

Wizkid and Tems on Sunday night got the crowd buzzing as they performed their hit song, ‘Essence’.

The O2 Arena, which can hold 20,000 persons, was filled up as excited fans sang along during the performance, which has got many tongues wagging on social media,

Reacting to this, Simi, in a post shared on her Instagram story, bragged about how Nigerian artists are doing worldwide, adding that Wizkid’s show was madness.

She wrote: Y’all look at the magic our people are doing worldwide !!! Wiz show was a madness

Kemi Filani News recalls a Twitter user expressed appreciation to Wizkid, after his mother’s successful surgery.

This is coming a few days after Davido donated the money generated via his NIm birthday challenge to charity across Nigeria.

In the post shared on the microblogging platform, the man revealed that Wizkid paid for his mother’s surgery and made his year with such a kind gesture.

While responding to a man who wished his mother a successful surgery, David Anthony said they had done the surgery, and it was successful.

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