- Fast rising Nigerian singer, Victor AD has lost his dad
- The singer took to his Instagram page to share the tragic news
- Victor AD in his message to his dad, revealed most of his songs were inspired by him
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Popular Nigerian musician, Victor AD and his family have been left in a state of grief following the death of his father.
The singer who shared the news with his Instagram fans on October 26, was distraught over the passing of his dear father.
He expressed grief in his farewell message, stating that his dad was the best father in the world, something he wouldn't trade for anything. The Wetin We Gain crooner, also revealed that most of his songs were inspired by his father.
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In his words: " Dad you left without saying goodbye. Mum told me the last word you said was JESUS! you’re the best Father in the world , you did everything proper to give us a better life. I won’t trade that for anything in this world. Most of my songs were inspired by you. I love you Dad! ❤️ may your soul Rest In Peace. heaven’s got a place for you ❤️"
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Victor AD who rose to fame in the year 2018, has grown quite the fan base and from all indications, the singer appears to be heading for the top in the Nigerian entertainment industry.
Meanwhile, Nigerian actor and stand-up comedian Stanley Chibuna popularly known as FunnyBone is grieving after his mother kicked the bucket. The heartbroken businessman took to his social media page to share the sad news. Mourning the loss of his mother, FunnyBone shared a blank photo on his Instagram page to show his grief.
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