Angelique Kidjo Disabled Instagram Comments Due To Cyber Bullying.
Wizkid’s fans are said to have influenced the singer’s choice to shut her profile.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Angelique Kidjo, a Beninese musician, has disabled her Instagram comments area following internet persecution after winning a Grammy.
Mother Nature, the music star’s critically praised record, took home the award for Best Global Music Album.
After she posted a photo of herself with her prize, numerous dissatisfied individuals who weren’t thrilled about their favourite winning the honours came to her comments area and wrote disparaging remarks.
The musician was in the same category as Nigerian superstar Wizkid, Femi Kuti and son Made, Rocky Dawuni, and Daniel Ho & Friends.
According to reports on social media, the most of the derogatory remarks came from followers of Nigerian pop artist Wizkid.
On various songs, the album also includes Burna Boy, Yemi Alade, Mr Eazi, and others.
She mentioned those three musicians during her acceptance speech. She stated, “When I won [my last] Grammy, I said that the young musicians from Africa are gonna take the world by storm, so I want to thank them: Yemi Alade, Burna Boy, Sting, Mr. Eazi…”
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