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‘My Tears Won’t Stop’ – Funke Akindele’s Ex-Husband Mourns As He Loses Close Ally

 

JJC Skillz
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Funke Akindele’s estranged husband, Abdulrasheed Bello popularly known as JJC Skillz has announced the death of his manager and brother, Steve Osagie.

Naija News reports that the music producer took to his Instagram page to share the news as he recalled how Steve has touched many lives.

Expressing sadness over the death, JJC Skillz said his tears have refused to stop, notwithstanding, he is sure that Steve is in a better place.

He wrote: “@stevespotlight You’re a legend in the hearts of many stars my tears won’t stop but I know I’m not the only one you’ve touched with your selfless soul. I pray you find paradise. Can’t be Rest in perfect peace my brother. #heartbroken #confused.”

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Steve Osagie is a UK-based music business consultant and professional with over 18 years of experience in nurturing and managing artistes.

He has also been with JJC Skillz for over 20 years as a partner and brother.

Whitemoney Discloses Reason For Going For BBNaija

Meanwhile, former Big Brother Naija reality show winner and singer, Hazel Oyeze Onou, popularly called WhiteMoney, has said that he decided to go for the BBNaija show because of his financial status.

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The reality TV star revealed that poverty pushed him to audition four times in a row and he won the fourth time.

Sharing his life experience in an interview with Chude Jidenowo, Whitemoney revealed that he did not attend a tertiary institution.

He said, “The highest educational qualification I have is O’ level, National Examination Council (NECO), that’s all I wrote. I didn’t write WAEC, JAMB, nor have any degree.”

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He also explained that foreign movies improved his vocabulary without sound English.

He said, “I hate reading, but I love to listen, so I watch a lot of movies and emulate how they talk, and it impacted me. If I am to act the role of someone with an American accent, I have to watch five Black American movies.

“By the time I’m done with them, it automatically programs in my head against the shoot the next day. It helps me fine-tune my English, and how to read contracts and sign them. I stopped at NECO because that was where the money stopped.”

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