Timi Dakolo speaks on losing his father

February 28, 2020
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Nigerian soul musician Timi Dakolo has debunked the news that his father is dead.

Timi reacted after multiple news sites carried reports that he lost his father. The false news were stemmed from an Instagram post he made on Wednesday, paying tribute to an unidentified man who played a role in his upbringing.

Earlier, he wrote; ”Thank you for the music you played for Us while growing up, The reading listens, The Christmas clothes, the flogging, The go and face the wall, The one new word every day, The go and bring your books, the evening lessons, The show me your fingernails and your teeth and many more. Thank you for teaching me the importance of repetition.Thank you, sir. We would miss you”.

However, the singer said there’s no truth to this claim and his father is “alive and doing well”.

Reacting to the false reports, he wrote; ”You people should try and leave me alone… my father is alive and doing well. I wonder how you people come up with all these information. I didn’t say anything about my father being dead. A simple investigation would do the world much good”.

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