The ‘Aben Woha’ hit singer is particularly disturbed because the reports have been persisted.
Social media Tuesday morning was awash with remours that the popular musician had died at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Kumasi.
All the reports have turned out to be false. This will not be the first time the musician, who has not be in the public’s eye regularly for some time now, is reported dead.
Daddy Lumba gave a rare performance at the 2015 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards at the Accra International Conference Centre on April 11.
His performance was described as abysmal but the musician was quick to attribute it to ill-health.
Close sources to Daddy Lumba told a source that the musician is very disturbed by the constant negative remours and reports about him.
The source stressed that DL is “tired” and “feed up” with the reports and wondered why people will wish him dead.
A very disturbed Daddy Lumba, the source added, said he will not publicly comment on the false reports.
By: Ernest Dela Aglanu
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