False news about the death of KSA spread on Facebook, but the Juju music legend has cleared the air concerning the unwelcome rumour which had everyone shocked.
KSA, in an interview with Punch's Saturday Beats said he has not been sick and was not admitted to a hospital, as had been wrongly reported.
He said, “Don’t mind them. But they can’t kill me. God will not allow anything to happen to me. I performed at Tunji Braithwaite’s burial on Saturday night and I wasn’t ill."
"I am just coming from Oba Awujale’s palace in Ijebu Ode as you are talking to me. I am very healthy."
“I am not on Facebook, so I didn’t even read the story. It was friends that called me to tell me about what they read. I still pray for those who started the rumour. I don’t look for enemies and I don’t have any enemy,” he added.
King Sunny Ade has enjoyed a very successful career. He is regarded as one of the few African musicians who have gained international recognition for their attractive style of music.
As a confirmation of his worldwide acceptance, he embarked on a tour of Europe and America in the 1970s and 1980s.
He has featured in musical joints with highly reputable international musicians, such as Stevie Wonder in his song "Aura".
See more about KSA in the video below.