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Wizkid's Pets

Does Wizkid Have Any Pets?

Goat (Goat)

Adopted Mar 2018

Wizkid adopted a goat in March 2018. He shared his new pet at the time on social media while asking for name suggestions. We don’t believe he ever shared the goats official name with his fans.

Peter (Dog)

Breed: Pug | Adopted Feb 2022

WizKid adopted a Pug dog named Peter in February 2022.

Monkey (Monkey)

WizKid was set to purchase a monkey in 2018 but he never ended up sharing the news before deleting his social media accounts. He faced backlash for the suggestion so he likely did not move forward with the adoption.


Wizkid Pets


July 16, 1990 (33)

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Wizkid is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and producer who has made a significant impact on the global music scene. Born as Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun on July 16, 1990, in Surulere, Lagos, Nigeria, Wizkid rose to prominence in the Nigerian music industry in the early 2010s with his distinct Afrobeat sound and electrifying stage presence.

Wizkid’s success quickly garnered the attention of the international music industry, leading to a series of collaborations with some of the biggest names in music. In 2016, he teamed up with Canadian rapper Drake for the hit single “One Dance,” which became an international phenomenon, topping the charts in several countries and becoming the most-streamed song on Spotify at the time.

In addition to his collaboration with Drake, Wizkid has worked with several other notable artists, including Beyoncé, Skepta, and Chris Brown. He was featured on Beyoncé’s 2019 album “The Lion King: The Gift,” which was inspired by the Disney movie and featured several African artists. His collaboration with Skepta on the track “Energy (Stay Far Away)” was named one of the best songs of 2018 by The New York Times, and his collaboration with Chris Brown on the song “African Bad Gyal” was a hit in both Africa and the United States.

Wizkid’s collaborations have not been limited to music. He has also worked with several celebrities outside of the music industry, including fashion designer Virgil Abloh and American supermodel Naomi Campbell. In 2018, he walked the runway for Abloh’s fashion label, Off-White, during Paris Fashion Week, and he has been a frequent collaborator with Abloh on various fashion projects. He also appeared in Naomi Campbell’s “Fashion For Relief” charity event, which raised funds for victims of the Ebola virus in West Africa.