Music executive Jude Okoye drops important words for artistes as COVID-19 lockdown lingers

Music executive Jude Okoye drops important words for artistes as COVID-19 lockdown lingers

- Popular music executive Jude Okoye recently dropped words for artistes who depend solely on concerts for their income

- Okoye noted that there may be no concerts until a vaccine is developed to combat coronavirus

- The business mogul advised artistes to brace up for the long holiday ahead

Popular Nigerian music executive Jude Engees Okoye recently used his social media platform to drop some words for artistes in the entertainment industry amidst the coronavirus induced lockdown in the country.

The top music business mogul in a post shared on his official page on the microblogging platform, Twitter, called on artistes who solely depend on music concerts as their source of income to brace up for what may become a long holiday.

See his tweet below:

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In a different tweet, the manager of the defunct Psquare group, noted that there may be no shows or concerts until a vaccine has been developed to combat the coronavirus pandemic.

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See his tweet below:

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In a related story, Legit.ng previously reported that talented songstress Seyi Shay took to social media to register her strong reservations against the COVID-19 pandemic. In a Twitter post , the Right Now crooner started off by noting that since none of her colleagues is talking about the impact of the lockdown, she will have to do it.

A displeased Seyi Shay stated her displeasure about the development. She added that a lot of local and international gigs have been cancelled because of the global COVID-19 lockdown. She rounded up her post by crying out to the lord and placing a curse on the virus.

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Meanwhile, controversial rapper Zlatan Ibile recently took members of the internet community by surprise after he came out to share his thoughts about the coronavirus pandemic. During an Instagram live video session, the Bolanle crooner maintained that he does not believe in the virus even when his colleague tried to steer him away from the conversation.

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