One of the most prestigious Music Awards in Nigeria, The Headies Award recently took place. The occasion was a success judging by the number of celebraties that showed up. One of the Artist that went home with an award was Bad boy Timz. His is also know as Olorunyemi Oloruntimilehin and he went home with a Headies Award as the '2021 Rookie of The Year'.
He said his parents supported him financially as he worked on his music career in the past. Olorunyomi Oloruntimilehin is a professional Nigerian singer, Songwriter and Producer Popularly known as Bad boy Timz. He is signed to Anonymous Music records and has released a couple of singles under the label.
He resently took to his official Instagram page and shared a picture. It was a picture of his mother. She just turned 40 years old. The post also caught the Attention of his fans and Celebrities as that joined to wish her Happy Birthday. Celebrities such as Poco Lee and Oxlade also made comments.
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