The Popular Nigerian DJ That Died, See More Photos of Him and What Killed Him Death is inevitable and it would definitely happen to everyone. However, there are some deaths that are very painful to those close to who died. The death of someone who isn't old is one that puts tears in the eyes of those that know such person. Babatunde bello is a popular Nigerian DJ who passed away on friday 29th, 2021. He I popularly known as DJ Babus. Reports have it that he died after contracting the Coronavirus. Babatunde Bello
The Nigerian entertainment industry has been hit again. Punch newspaper has reported the passing away of a popular Nigerian Disc Jockey Babatunde Bello, professionally he is called DJ Babus died earlier today from covid 19 related issues, punch further stated, via it's official and verified Instagram account. According to information gathered by punch news paper, DJ Babus died on Friday morning after a protracted battle with the disease (Covid 19). Until his death, he was once Talent manager at Knight House.
Covid-19 is real! Some people might not believe this but it is as real as it can get. A lot of people I know have contracted this deadly virus and some have even passed away so please stop behaving ignorant and start taking the appropriate measures to shield yourself from it. Babatunde Bello, popularly known as DJ Babus passed away yesterday, Friday 29th due to complications arising from COVID-19. Bello graduated from the University of Baltimore in the year 2010 with a prestigious bachelor's degree in Information
Sad news for Nigeria entertainment industry as a popular celebrity DJ, Babatunde Bello better known by his stage name DJ Babus has reportedly died of Covid 19. He died in the early hours of Friday morning January 29, after battling with the corona virus. DJ Babus graduated from the University of Baltimore in the United States of America in 2010, where he obtained a Bachelor's degree in Information System and Technology Management. The deceased worked as a resident DJ at Four Points by Sheraton, Lagos state and