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Rapper Navio Rejected For A Collabo From Wizkid

One  the best rappers Daniel Lubwama Kigozi known by his stage name Navio seems unlucky after his much efforts to have chance sing with the best top number one Nigerian star Wizkid.

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On the sad note, Navio has tried many times to have this chance but failing because it’s not the first time asking Wizkid for a collabo.

Navio is not the first to be rejected by Wizkid because Chameleon also wanted that chance but in Wizkid’s words he proved of not knowing the artist Chameleon “who is chameleon” a statement that triggered off from Pallaso in return said F…k Wizkid.

On Wednesday last night, Navio felt like bursting after being rejected at Serena Hotel when he stalked Wizkid’s room with $10000 amounting to UGX 36M begging for a collabo like how he used to do for the past years but unfortunately he received negative reactions from the Star Boy known as Wizkid who has hit songs like “daddy yo, kind love, and more”.

But from the sources the first time he asked for a collabo was in Rwanda, then Tanzania and now Uganda. This guy desperately needs a collabo. Wait for more keep locked.

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