‘Dear Wizkid, putting your colleagues down is not right at all’ – Susan Peters writes in open letter

‘Dear Wizkid, putting your colleagues down is not right at all’ – Susan Peters writes in open letter
‘Dear Wizkid, putting your colleagues down is not right at all’ – Susan Peters writes in open letter
‘Dear Wizkid, putting your colleagues down is not right at all’ – Susan Peters writes in open letter
‘Dear Wizkid, putting your colleagues down is not right at all’ – Susan Peters writes in open letter

Nollywood actress, Susan Peters has joined her other colleagues to criticize singer, Wizkid for dissing the Nigerian Rap industry.

The award-winning singer had declared rap music as dead and boring, in Nigeria, expect for their counterparts in Ghana.

Reacting to this, Susan Peters wondered why Wizkid would put down his colleagues in such a manner.

Taking to her verified Instagram page, the actress wrote:

”Dear WizKid, putting down your colleagues is not right at all . I don’t know why we do this but I guess it’s a part of us , we are the most selfish humans on earth . The Me Me Me Mindset is what’s Killing us , and we complain about the country . The change we need starts from You.”

“We talk about corruption when we all practice it , some won’t use you for jobs , some won’t post you on their pages , some won’t sign some artists , some won’t celebrate you even though you celebrate them. Very selfish humans God created and all for what ?”

“Meanwhile if it’s gossip they will post and show without not been asked , we should all stop this behavior. Let’s all change our mindset kocho! “

“Once you say the truth they cut you off , the world doesn’t like people who are truthful , they prefer those who play Politics and that’s the problem.”

On same tread, Susan Peters advised that Africans support one another and stop making foreign artists feel more superior.

She added, “All this vanity will end one day , let’s all be the change we want Mbuk !!! Let’s show more love and less ego ni tori Oloun