The photos which Wizkid shared on his social media page, was on Monday seen online being sold at ridiculous prices between 375-500£, and this stirred controversy as Nigerians wondered why the singer’s image should be sold online.
Tweets from social media users who reacted to his photo on D&G runway being sold online reads;
@Bukky.solanke “Even photo of Jesus does not sell for that much. I love Wizkid however.”
@Hadassah.ee “We are not buying the mask, neither are we buying the clothes, just the image, common picture £340, when I can just screenshot it and crop the rest out.”
@Kvng_mikkie “I’ve been. Wizkid fan for 7 years but this the dumbest thing someone can ever do. Sell Wizkid image.”
@Fallonrogers “Like I don’t know how to screenshot, why buy pictures that I can literally see.”
@Ny_otite “They are trying to tell u that u can’t use these pictures for your business without buying it.”
@M_coker16 “Ridiculous price, Guess I will download the photo on the internet if I want to.”
Recall that few days ago, Nigerian singer, Wizkid became the first African artiste to walk down the runway at the Dolce and Gabbana fashion show in Milan.
After arriving Milan with British super model and actress, Naomi Campbell, Wizkid took the runway by storm; wearing a very stylish black and gold outfit, complete with studded mask and luxury jewelleries.
Wizkid and Naomi appear to be new best friends after she attended his sold out AfroRepublik festival in London and their relationship seems to be bringing in the bucks for the singer.
Naomi Campbell took to her Instagram to post one of the pictures of the both of them on the runway, and she captioned it: Doing the gangster walking with;my lil Bro @wizkidayo for @dolcegabbana / @stefanogabbanaSpring / Summer 2019