- Singer Barry Jhay is set to commence a new phase of his life
- This comes following the singer’s harrowing experience after he was accused of having a hand in the death of his late record label boss
- Barry Jhay in a new IG story post noted that he is now a newborn king
Singer Barry Jhay is now in a better place compared to the past few weeks and it appears the music star is also charting a new course for himself.
Barry Jhay recently took to his Instagram story channel with a post in which he noted that he has God in his life.
He added that the same way he has God, the almighty also has his back covered. Barry Jhay noted that he has no reason to be scared or worried.
In his words:
"I got God and God got me. Zero worries, zero fears. I’m a newborn king,"
See a screenshot below:
The singer’s post comes after he was finally vindicated amid investigations into the death of his record label boss, Kashy, who died after they had an ugly exchange in Ghana.
Barry Jhay had been taken into police custody in Ghana and many on social media speculated that he may have played a part in Kashy’s death.
However, the music star returned with copies of the investigative report carried out by Ghana police and CCTV footages to prove his innocence in the matter.
From indications, fans may be getting new music from the Nigerian singer.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that the singer’s sister came out to support him amid heated allegations of his connection to Kashy’s death.
The woman in an interview with BBC Yoruba made it clear that her brother had no hand in Kashy’s death. She explained that her brother and the deceased were very good friends and the singer was in Ghana because of Kashy.
Adeyinka Odutuyo is an entertainment/lifestyle journalist at Legit.ng with over three years of working experience in the media industry.
He has a degree in Linguistics and Communication Studies from Osun State University, Osogbo. When he is not writing about celebrities, you will find him blogging about local Nigerian recipes on Instagram (@playfoodbyyinka)