Nigerian celebrity DJ Babus dies of COVID-19

Nigerian celebrity DJ Babus dies of COVID-19

- Nigerian disc jockey, Babatunde Bashir Bello aka DJ Babus has passed on

- The DJ was said to have died on January 29, 2021, as a result of the coronavirus

- Fans and colleagues of the celebrity took to social media to mourn him

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The coronavirus pandemic has claimed so many lives all over the world include those of Nigerian celebrities.

The world woke up to the sad news of the death of popular disc jockey, Babatunde Bashir Bello better known as DJ Babus.

According to several reports, Babus died after a battle with COVID-19. He is said to have given up the ghost on January 29, 2021.

Nigerian celebrity DJ Babus dies of COVID-19
Babatunde Bashir Bello aka DJ Babus recently died as a result of coronavirus. Photos: @djbabus
Source: Instagram

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Fans and colleagues of the disk jockey took to social media to pen down their last respects as they mourned him.

Nigerian rapper, Ill Bliss, took to his Twitter page to speak on the uncertainties of life in reaction to Babus’ death.

He also advised his fans to stay guarded and be aware of the dangers of the coronavirus seeing as it had wiped out a lot of people.

He wrote:

“I just read about Dj Babus. I had to sit down for a moment to really reflect on how fickle and dusty and fragile this life of ours really is. One moment you here the next... its RiP. Rest in perfect peace my G. To you all out there. Covid is wiping us out. Stay guarded. And pray”

See his tweet below:

Read more reactions to DJ Babus’ death below:

Yubby had this to say:

Dark Poet wrote:

Singer Seyi Shay hoped the news was a lie:

OAP Kemi Smallzz reminisced on the times they spent together:

Joey Akan wrote:

He made a mark in the entertainment industry and used to be the talent manager at Knighthouse, the record company responsible for shooting Mo’ Chedda and Phyno to fame.

He had also worked as the resident DJ at RSVP Restaurant as well as Four Points by Sheraton.

May his soul rest in peace.

This is coming after reported that the Nigerian entertainment industry lost veteran actor, Ernest Asuzu.

Asuzu died on Tuesday, January 26, and condolence messages started to pour in for him on social media.

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