Netizens are reacting to a video of late singer, Dagrin’s mother’s house.
Kemi Filani reported last week, Late Dagrin’s mother had appealed for help from Nigerians, stating that she is in a pitiful state.
The eldërly woman claimed in the video that she sells food on the roadside but that it is difficult for her owing to her age and that the money she earns is insufficient to support her family.
She claimed that while she is trying to fend for herself, she avoids particular areas because some people recognize her.
Dagrin’s mother added that while she is trying to fend for herself, she avoids particular areas because some people recognize her.
People have asked her to seek assistance from Afrobeats Superstars Davido or Olamide, but she considers them to be children and cannot go to beg them.
The eldërly woman lamented about being poor and said her family needs a suitable accommodation. She begged for Nigerians to raise between N3million to N5million so that she can start a business.
Following her cry out, a video of the building where she currently resides has found its way to the internet and has left many with mixed feelings.
While many questioned who was receiving the late singers royalty, others stated that there was nothing wrong with the house.
One Emiliae CEO wrote, “Who is collecting his royalties online that’s the real culprit right now. This woman shouldn’t be suffering na
One Nikkie Production wrote, “This is where she has been living even before Dagrin passed away it is well
One Christ Ejiks wrote, “It has now become a norm for a famous person or their parents to come out on social media to seek financial support. Very soon, the media space will be too much to accommodate those seeking for help
One Oyindamola Amole wrote, “D Lord, let me die with glory
One Usman wrote, “Don’t talk about this house, you can talk about her getting financial help from people but I see nothing wrong with the house. The compound dope pass some people compound self”.
Dagrin died at the age of 26, on April 22nd, 2010, after he rammed his newly-acquired Nissan Maxima into a stationary truck at night.