In the post, the Reggae Blues singer told Nigerians not to cry for him when he dies, bringing back nostalgic memories of the deceased Naija pop star, Dagrin (Oladapo Olaitan Olaonipekun).
Harrysong wrote on Instagram: “Don’t cry when I die, celebrate, put up a kingmaker concert, empower more youths, I have Lived, I have done my bit, carry on in grace… TEKEROI LOVE YOU ALL.#altersoldier
Reacting to the post, fans recalled that Dagrin, who died on 22 April 2010, made a similar statement in his song “If I Die” prior to the accident that claimed his life.
Meanwhile, commenters have flooded the post, with many calling for family and friends to reach out to him, while others simply expressed their love and support for him.
A commenter, @vickyrose291 wrote: “Almost the same words of dagrain, please Abeg don’t Put deaths in our mind now because you still have so many more years to live or is there something else we don’t know???????”
@blennybee1 wrote: What kind of post is this, is it that you decide to plant fear in peoples heart, we all know of a guy who said such and ends up dead, I pray the Lord save your soul, you will not die now or sooner in Jesus name
@egbuka, wrote: “Please if it’s a joke stop it now, no matter what you’re going through there’s a God heaven that you can talk to bro. Please I don’t want you to die now and you will not die an untimely death in Jesus name Amen @iamharrysong”
Check out the post below and more comments from fans.
So, what do you think?