I Know Him, He’s My Son: Late Dagrin’s Dad Says in Video As He Listens to His Song 12 Years After His Death

I Know Him, He’s My Son: Late Dagrin’s Dad Says in Video As He Listens to His Song 12 Years After His Death

  • Nigerian rapper Oladapo Olaitan Olaonipekun, also known as Dagrin passed away in 2010 and he is still fondly remembered to date
  • In a video sighted on Instagram, his dad was seen listening and vibing to his song at what presumably was an interview with some men
  • Mixed reactions trailed the video as many people noted that there is no point in opening the wound of what the man has lost

A video of late popular Nigerian rapper Oladapo Olaitan Olaonipekun's aged dad listening to his song in the company of some people has sparked reactions online.

The rapper popularly called Dagrin tragically passed away twelve years ago, but he is still being remembered and fondly talked about by Nigerians.

Dagrin's dad vibes to his song
Late Dagrin's dad says he supported his son's career Photo credit: @iambigsunny/@goldmynetv
Source: Instagram

As Dagrin's popular number 'Pon Pon Pon' played, the old man nodded along with a faint smile on his face.

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After the song ended, someone behind the camera asked if he knew who sang it and the rapper's dad affirmed that his son did.

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The old man also disclosed that he supported his son's career because he himself gets his daily bread from the entertainment industry.

Watch the video below:

Nigerians react to the video


"A lot going through his mind."


"Baba na entertainment man. He used to rent speakers and other equipment for artistes that year in Meiran."


"You people just open a wounded injury, why playing this song for Baba? No man on earth will be happy that he buried his own son."


"The smile shows how much he misses him God please comfort family…"


"May his soul continue to rest in peace."


"The son has long been gone,why open an injury that is healed?"

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Funsho Adeolu throws star-studded final burial for late mum

In other news, popular Nollywood actor Fusho Adeolu had a lavish and star-studded burial party for his late mum in Lagos.

As expected, colleagues and friends of the actor in the entertainment industry trooped to the venue to celebrate with and support him.

Most of the guests showed up in coordinated outfits popularly called aso-ebi while others simply rocked some of their best outfits.

Source: Legit.ng

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