Dagrin’s ex-manager Olamus slumps and dies in Lagos

Dagrin’s ex-manager Olamus slumps and dies in Lagos

- Nigerian talent manager, Winston Ola Badmus, has passed on

- The young man popularly known as Olamus was the late rapper, Dagrin's manager

- According to multiple reports, he slumped and died at his residence in Lagos, on Sunday, September 27, 2020

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It is a sad time for the Nigerian music industry following the death of one of their own, Olamus.

Olamus, real name Winston Ola Badmus, who until his death was a talent manager, reportedly slumped and died at his residence in Lagos on September 27.

He was reportedly the late Dagrin's manager until the fatal accident that claimed the rapper's life in 2010.

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Dagrin’s ex-manager Olamus slumps and dies in Lagos
Olamus reportedly slumped and died in his apartment in Lagos. Photo credit: @prof_fiammari
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Until his death, Olamus had successfully managed a lot of Nigerian celebrities.

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Close friends of the deceased have taken to social media to mourn his tragic passing. Talent manager, prof_fiammari, wrote on Instagram:

"Olawale Winston Badmus (Olamus) I am utterly shattered but God really knows best. Rest well my “Elderly Brother”. You impacted so many people in this our industry and all we can say at this point is Thank you and we continue to march on. This one is really going to hurt the streets because this guy right here was responsible for some of the biggest industry names. What a way to go out, still on the job! Love you forever bro. Till we meet to depart no more."

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Music producer KymoKingin also took to his Instagram page to mourn Olamus.

This comes 10 years after Dagrin died in a car crash, leaving many music lovers heartbroken.

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In other news, popular Nigerian singer Divine Ikubor aka Rema gave his fans and followers on social media a cause for serious concern after unleashing a barrage of posts on his Twitter page.

The singer known for mostly promoting his art on social media or occasionally engaging with fans shared a lot of deeply personal tweets in which he highlighted his past and present experiences in the music industry.

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