By Chinyere Okoroafor
A preferred Disc jockey, Babatunde Bello, a.okay.a DJ Babus has died of issues from COVID-19, The Nation can affirm.
He died on Friday after a three-week battle with a viral an infection.
DJ Babus graduated from the College of Baltimore in america in 2010 the place he obtained a Bachelor’s Diploma in Info Techniques and Expertise Administration.
He labored as Resident DJ at 4 Factors by Sheraton, Lagos between 2014 and 2015 and later Resident DJ at RSVP Restaurant and Lounge.
He based Crates and Vinyl Leisure.
The deceased was the one son of Mrs. Nadia Bello, the proprietor, Belinna Colleges, Akoka, Lagos.
The deceased was as soon as Expertise Supervisor at KnightHouse, The Artistic Leisure Firm the place fashionable acts like Mo Cheddah, Phenom rose to stardom.
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His buddies and colleagues within the trade have taken to social media to specific shock over his demise.
On-Air Character, Raezy Winston wrote on Twitter: “Lord!! three weeks in the past I learnt privately that Dj Babus was hit with Covid and was in a horrible state. From not being correctly attended to, to panting and struggling to breathe even whereas on oxygen (even when he was paying ridiculous!).
“It hurts to know he ain’t make it. RIP Babus”
“What the heck is that this coincidence that “I’ll see you whenever you get there” by Coolio was enjoying whereas I tweeted that?? ? This life is definitely now so annoying”