- Sarkodie has showed sympathy to Dbanj over the loss of his son
- The singer took to his social media handle to post a message of hope to his colleague
- D’banj, according to sources, lost his year-old son in a drowning incident
Ghana’s fastest rapper and multiple award-winning act, Sarkodie, known in real life as Michael Owusu Addo, has shared in the grief of Nigerian star, D’banj, following the death of his one-year-old son who drowned in a pool.
The ‘Highest’ album maker took to express his pain and to also share in the grief of his Nigerian colleague over the unfortunate incident.
Sarkodie’s message read, “This will be difficult to handle only God can help go through this. Sorry Bro ... D’Banj.”
Information available to YEN.com.gh indicated that the top Nigerian musician, lost his one-year-old son in a drowning accident.
The unfortunate incident is believed to have occurred on Sunday, June 24, 2018, at the singer’s home in Ikoyi, Lagos.
According to sources, D’banj’s one-year-son, Daniel Oyebanjo III, drowned in the pool in their home.
After the incident, the Nigerian musician took to his social media handle to let out his pain and he has since received thousands of commiseration messages.
His post read, “Trying Times. But my God is Always and Forever Faithful.”
Sarkodie is noted for his matchless rap skill but has also come to be known as a loving father as he takes time off his busy schedule to spend time with his adorable daughter, Titi.
Recent reports have it that the musician is set to marry his longtime girlfriend, Tracy Sarkcess as he is reported to have gone ahead to request for the marriage list from her family members.
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