- Haitian musician Wyclef Jean is among people from the international community who have mourned the late Sound Sultan
- The singer shared an old video of both of them on Instagram while noting that a lot of people knew he called the Nigerian singer his cousin
- Wyclef added that he lost a brother as fans, followers flooded his comment section to comfort him over the heartbreaking loss
Tributes continue to pour in for late Nigerian singer Olanrewaju Fasasi aka Sound Sultan who passed away on Sunday, July 12.
Haitian musician Wyclef Jean recently dedicated a post to the late musician on Instagram while reminiscing about the moments they shared together.
In his caption, he stated that a lot of Nigerians knew that he used to refer to the Mathematics musician as his cousin. Wyclef said he lost "a great brother."
"Everyone in Nigeria knows I called @soundsultan my cousin I lost a great brother. R. I. P."
See his post below:
Fans comfort Wyclef over Sound Sultan’s death
Upon sharing the post, fans and followers of the musician were seen in the comment section with condolence messages.
Read what some of them had to say below:
"That’s why I came to your page today my brother Jean to pay respect to you too; cos I know y’all flow like that. Blessings."
"Thanks Wyclef. The bond and brother love you both shared was special. Rest In Power Lanre."
"Thanks for your show of love. We miss sound sultan a great deal. RIP."
"We knew Clef you showed love to Nigerian arts way early a long time before the boom , safe to say you contributed a lot."
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Colleagues virtually attend Sound Sultan’s burial
Briefly News previously reported that Sound Sultan was buried by family members and close friends in the US where he passed away.
2baba, Daddy Showkey, Eldee among others were spotted during the live Zoom coverage. More condolence messages poured in for the much-loved musician who lost the fight against cancer.
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Source: Briefly News