Veteran Nigerian rapper Biglo passes on after contracting COVID-19

Veteran Nigerian rapper Biglo passes on after contracting COVID-19

- Veteran Nigerian rapper, Lotanna Udezue aka Biglo, has reportedly passed on

- The music star died on December 26, 2020, after a long battle with kidney-related illness

- Biglo was said to have contracted COVID-19 before his death

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Popular veteran Nigerian rapper, Lotanna Udezue known by his stage name, Biglo, has given up the ghost.

According to numerous reports, the music star lost his life on December 26, 2020, after contracting COVID-19.

Before contracting COVID, the singer had been down with a kidney-related sickness and was being cared for in California, USA.

Veteran Nigerian rapper Biglo passes on after contracting COVID-19

Veteran Nigerian rapper Biglo lost his life after battling with COVID-19 and a kidney related illness. Photos: @jazzman_olofin
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The music star had taken to social media to ask fans to pray for him after he got coronavirus.

He wrote:

“After so many months of dodging it, it finally catches me… Covid19. Please pray for me”

Fellow veteran musician, Jazzman Olofin, took to social media to confirm Biglo’s death.

In an Instagram post, he said that the late rapper fought bravely for his life and prayed for his soul to rest in peace.

In his words:

“Dear BIGLO , heard the sad news last night you passed away. You fought bravely all the way but GOD Almighty knows best. We'll keep the fire burning. Rest in peace, bro.
FYI, BIGLO was a Nigerian music producer, rapper and singer.”

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Biglo shot into the limelight with another rapper 2shotz for their hit track, Delicious, in 2004.

Legit.ng had earlier reported that Biglo had been battling his kidney-related ailment since 2018 and was undergoing dialysis at a nursing home in California, USA.

Among those who took to social media to join the music act’s call for help was fellow rapper and colleague, Ruggedman.

In a post shared on Twitter, Ruggedman disclosed that his ailing colleague had been battling the illness on his own in America since the past year, but had come to a point where he needed the help of others.

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