Drake reportedly flew to South Africa last Friday and reports reaching us say that his trip to S.A was specifically to shoot the video of One Dance. Yesterday, the 29-year-old made a stop at the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory in Johannesburg, where he delivered a motivational speech to at least 80 students invited by the centre and the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation as part of Youth Month celebrations.
Popular American site, Fader reports that a number of photos of Drizzy on set were shared online by his South African fans, who claim the video was shot in Soweto. The photos show the Canadian rapper mingling with the South African locals.
See the photos.
Also proof that Drake may be indeed shooting his One Dance video in SA is the fact that Filipino singer Kyla, who also features on the track, flew into the country last week and shared a tweet of herself flying the South African Airways.
First international flight of the year!! Heavy!!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/Vl25lzr9vy
— Kyla (@Kylaofficial) June 25, 2016
In addition, Apple Music is said to have also flown into town for the video and popular American film and music director, Anthony Mandler is also in the country and is said to be the director of the video.
So where is Wizkid??
Nigerians are currently reacting to his absence in the photos and information circulating online and they are venting on social media.
Recall that the Starboy was trolled by Nigerians who felt his part was so minor on the track especially being such a huge collaboration with an international star.