Wizkid, Nigerian Afropop singer, has tackled Elizabeth Omale, for using his image to promote a forthcoming event of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA).

Omale, a member of COZA, had made a now-viral video where Davido appeared to be promoting the upcoming programme.

She, however, apologised for misleading the public — after Davido had denied working for COZA and threatened lawsuit if the video was not retracted.

In the wake of the heated controversy that met the incident on social media, a similar video of Wizkid and Tiwa Savage surfaced online where both stars are seen talking about the importance of God in their respective lives.

The video also ends with a promotional ad for the church’s program.

In an ostensible outburst of anger, Wizkid took to his social media page to throw some “uncomely words” at Omale while stating that he did not endorse the church.

“Starboy no dey endorse no Pastor or church o! Ogun kill u fake pastors!,” he wrote.

“And for that lady that put a camera in my face! Ogun kiss you and your church.”

Tiwa Savage also said she was “extremely disappointed” at the motive behind the short interview.

“It has been brought to my attention that there is a viral video which includes me advertising an upcoming COZA event,” she said.

“I want to state that I have nothing to do with the church and certainly do not endorse their events. I’m extremely disappointed that I was fraudulently approached to simply comment on how Good God has been to me and it has been wrongly edited to use my image to create an advert to deceive people.

“COZA this is wrong, I’ll be taking action if this is not immediately retracted.”

 



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