Nigerian singer Viktoh shares scary suicidal post on social media

It is gradually becoming a norm for young Nigerians to take to social media to reveal why they are tired of the air they breath and wish they can just take their own lives. Some successfully commit suicide while some are lucky. Popular Nigerian singer Viktoh is getting his fans scared has he recently took to his Snapchat handle ti share an heartbreaking post about being fed up of life. No one is sure what could have led him to this but the former YBNL artist wished that he can just go to place where his heart would ache no more. Viktoh’s scary Snapchat post reads: “What happens next when the world knocks you down? There is so much pain in this world that I just wanna leave and go somewhere better. I want to go to a place where your heart never aches again! I just wish something could take this pain away cause.”

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Nigerian singer Falz meets international hit maker Sean Combs Diddy

– Shortly after praising his work with This Is Nigeria, Sean Combs aka Puff Daddy meets Falz TheBahdGuy – Falz met with the legend in Los Angeles, California and shared clips on social media – P. Diddy also ended getting a new Yoruba name – Oluwadiddy American rapper, singer, songwriter, actor, record producer and entrepreneur, Sean John Combs, finally meets with Nigerian singer, Falz TheBahdGuy. The two first connected over music after Falz released This Is Nigeria and the legendary hip hop star acknowledge the brilliance of the work. His appreciation of the music, in a way, played its part in putting the music within reach of a much wider audience. Then, it was only a matter of time for Falz to meet one of his greatest fans and it so happened. Recently, TheBahdGuy, met with P. Diddy in Los Angeles, California and interestingly, he even gave him a Yoruba name. He made a shout out to fans and Falz shared the clips on his Instagram page, making Nigerians fall all the more in love with him. He also did his accent which many have come to love following the hilariousness of his comedy skits. To put the icing on the cake, he also gave Sean Combs a Yoruba name, Oluwadiddy, officially making him a part of the Yoruba sweet boys association. With this, it is clear that Nigerian music is launching it’s reign in the international entertainment industry. It also appears that our artistes are ready to transcend and offer brilliant content to their growing network of audience. P. Diddy is just not anyone in the industry. The 48-year-old is one of the pioneers of hip hop music in the world. In 2018, Forbes estimated his net worth at N300 billion, making him the second-richest hip hop artist. Go Falz! Make Nigerians proud.

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