Wizkid’s manager and baby mother, Jada Pollock, has responded to the criticism she received for promoting Wizkid’s album, ‘More Love, Less Ego,’ on the eve of Davido’s album release. Fans viewed Pollock’s initial tweet as insensitive and divisive, with the potential to spark fan battles between Wizkid and Davido’s supporters.
Pollock immediately fixed the situation by deleting the tweet and contacting the popular gossip blog ‘Gossip Mill’ to remove its post about the incident. She urged the blog to promote unity instead of fan conflicts and emphasized the significance of supporting Davido on the release date of his album.
— jada.p (@jada3_p) March 30, 2023
Pollock’s message to Gossip Mill read, “Can you please take down that post. Today is Davido’s day! Let’s not take that away from him. After everything he has been through. You should be celebrating and supporting. As a BIG platform, you have the power to encourage unity, not hate. These posts are so negative and highlight the fan wars! Do the right thing.
Fans have since commended Pollock for her prompt response and sincere efforts to rectify her error. The circumstance has also earned Wizkid and his team more respect and admiration. The ‘Timeless’ album by Davido is now streamable on all platforms.
The incident has illuminated the significance of unity within the Afrobeats community and the role of influencers and platforms in fostering or perpetuating fan conflicts. Pollock’s actions demonstrate a responsible and mature approach to resolving potential conflicts between artists and their supporters.
As Wizkid took to Twitter to promote Davido’s 17-track album “Timeless,” tensions between the artists and their admirers have been effectively defused. Not only does this positive outcome reflect well on Pollock, but it also emphasizes the need for unity in the music industry.
Jada Pollock’s decision to address the criticism and take action to rectify her error has earned her the acclaim of her admirers and demonstrates the significance of unity within the music community. Pollock and Wizkid have set a good example for others in the industry by promoting Davido’s album and emphasizing the importance of mutual support.