“Don’t Cry When I Die, Celebrate, Put up a kingmaker Concert – Harrysong
Harrysong has posted a cryptic, rather disturbing message on his Instagram. He follows the line of a late young artiste, Dagrin which says “If i die”.
The AlterPlate Records founder took to Instagram to talk about death, giving pointers on how he should be celebrated when he passes.
Harrysong urged his fans not to cry when he dies, saying his life should be celebrated with a concert.
The ‘Arabanko’ singer said he has lived and “done my bit”.
He wrote: “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… TEKERO❤ I LOVE YOU ALL.#altersoldier.”
Harrysong was formerly signed to Five Star Music owned by Kingsley (Kcee) and Emeka Okonkwo (E-Money).
The singer had a falling out with the brothers prior to his exit from the record label.
Kcee had subsequently sued Harrysong and Soso Soberekon, a former manager at Five Star Music.
In the human rights suit, Kcee claimed that Harrysong and Soso were colluding to malign his public image.
Reacting to the suit, Harrysong had said: “I have never seen where a lady is gang-raped and beaten up mercilessly and at same time asked not to cry.
“Even though you and I know you offended me, I listened to the voice of elders and apologised to you despite all the oppression, yet my success causes you running stomach.”
Since he posted the message on Wednesday, his fans have been sending him positive messages and making efforts to cheer him up