Wizkid’s Mother’s Funeral: Reactions Pour in from Celebrities including Bella Shmurda and Sarz

Today, on Friday, October 13, 2023, the entertainment industry experienced a rollercoaster of emotions as it bid farewell to the mother of Wizkid, one of Africa’s most prominent artists. Following the heartbreaking news of her passing, Wizkid’s fellow celebrities, including Bella Shmurda, Sarz, Crayon, and more, expressed their love and support for him on various social media platforms.

Wizkid, known for his deep affection for his late mother, temporarily withdrew from social media to grieve. In his absence, his friends and colleagues stood by him, coming together to honor his mother’s memory and offer their condolences.

Bella Shmurda, in particular, used his social media presence to reflect on the profound impact the loss of a loved one can have on a person’s life. In a post dated Friday, October 13, 2023, he shared words of encouragement for Wizkid, saying, “I pray we all have the fortitude to bear the loss of our lost loved ones! Past few days, man… Seen the happiest people become sad and the strongest break down!! Rest well, Imole… stay strong, Big Wiz.”

Renowned producer Sarz, a close friend of the singer, expressed his grief over the loss of Wizkid’s mother and its impact on the artist. On social media, he posted, “It’s truly heartbreaking to witness Wiz broken πŸ’”….May God grant the family the strength to endure this.”

Mavin Records’ Crayon shared his thoughts on the profound impact the loss of a loved one can have on an individual, expressing his deep sadness for Wizkid’s emotions and how the passing had a significant toll on him. Crayon also addressed those who had been insensitive about the loss, posting on social media, “There are certain things I told those individuals who were criticizing Big Wiz! I refrained from using strong language, but how can you be so heartless! This is a real-life situation! Forget about fan loyalty, forget about everything; this is real life! All for what? Elon Musk’s money? Come on, let’s be more compassionate.”



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