Biglo, a veteran Nigerian music producer, rapper and singer, is dead.
The Igbo indigenous rapper who had been battling with Kidney ailment for some years now, finally gave up the ghost shortly after contracting COVID-19.
Biglo whose real name is Lotanna Udezue reportedly died on December 25 in the United States.
Recall that Biglo had announced on social media that he had contracted the coronavirus on December 11 as he asked fans to pray for him.
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His colleague and friend, Jazzman Olofin, told newsmen via a telephone conversation that the rapper died on Christmas.
Olofin said, “It is true that Biglo is dead. To my knowledge, he had been ill for a while. He had been battling kidney disease for a while now. He had been notifying the public via his social media account for a while now. That basically was what it is.
“The bottom line is that he had kidney ailment. I got a call from our mutual friends in America last night that he died on Friday, which was Christmas day. Unfortunately, I do not know how old he was.”
Before his death, the veteran rapper made public his kidney ailment in 2018.
The raper and singer came in into the limelight in 2004 with the hit ‘Delicious’ which featured 2shotz.