Nomoreloss' celebrity friends have taken to social media in reaction to his passing.
His manager Joyce Ize-Iyamu confirmed to Pulse that the singer had passed away. Now Nomoreloss' celebrity friends have taken to social media in reaction to his passing.
Weird MC who was close to the singer wrote a moving tribute on her Instagram page.
“Muyiwa words fail me I'm reeling in disbelief I'm in pain I'm trying so hard not to cry, but the tears are just flowing freely. We spoke just a few days ago you said "mama don't worry I'd be out and about by the weekend" we even traded text messages” wrote the Hip-Hop entertainer.
“Friend brother confidant a pillar of strength. I'm going to miss our convos your laughter your jokes your smile. You were one in a million a true soul a thoroughbred. Thanks for being real thanks for true friendship Thanks for great music thanks for cowriting "Happy day" with me. i guess heaven was missing an angel sail on my dear friend fly like an eagle rest well. I will miss you so so much orun ire o orun ire o orun ire o. I'm sure I will share more words but for now...... May God comfort your family....”
Ruggedman a close friend of Nomoreloss too wrote a moving tribute on his Instagram page.
"My brother @mrnomoreloss .
Those who never called to ask how you are doing will appear. God knows and sees all.
Those who demanded for money before playing your music or showing your videos will now play it cos after ur death, it is now good material for their shows. God sees all."
He also wrote, "Great talented, funny n creative you. So i will not call you "Amonalis" to ur hearing and i will never hear you call me "reptile" in this life time.
I appreciate every contribution you made to my career.
God bless you bro, till we meet again.....who knows, we might finally get to do Ehen part 2.
God rest your soul."
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The cause of Nomoreloss' death was not disclosed. Also, the family has not released the burial arrangements of the late singer to the public.
Nomoreloss who was born in the late 70's entered public consciousness in 2002 when he featured in Ruggedman's classic cut 'Ehen'. Prior to that he was a presenter on the music TV show 'Groovoidz'.
He will be remembered for his hit songs 'Iyawo Asiko', and 'Ololufe'.