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Oritsefemi Manager says singer has internal injuries

Pulse reached out to the singer's manager who revealed he was rushed to the hospital on Monday, November 14, 2016.

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Oritsefemi on sick bed play

Oritsefemi on sick bed


Popular singer Oritsefemi is currently in the hospital following internal injuries from his Quilox fracas.

Pulse reached out to the singer's manager, Eniola Olofin, who revealed he was rushed to the hospital on Monday, November 14, 2016, after sustaining internal injuries.

Bouncer injured by Oritsefemi play

Bouncer injured by Oritsefemi


ALSO READ: Club bouncers assault Oritsefemi at nightclub

"Oritsefemi was taken to the hospital yesterday after suffering internal injuries," Olofin said.

Recall that over the weekend, Oritsefemi was involved in a brawl with a bouncer at a club in Lagos island. The crooner slashed a bouncer with a wine glass on the face after he tried to settle an arguement.

Apparently, other bouncers descended on him in an attempt to retaliate on behalf of their colleague.


Meanwhile, the 'Double wahala' crooner took to Instagram today, November 15, 2016, apologizing to fans and followers.

ALSO READ: Quilox issues official statement on fight involving Oritsefemi

"Hello my lovely fans, I know a lot of you have been waiting to hear from me directly. Let me start by saying I'm sorry for disappointing you all. I have never been involved in any altercation before now. I love peace and I would never hurt anyone knowingly. Things got out of hands and I reacted badly, it was a mistake, and I take the blame. I'm human and at that moment I acted unruly.

I want to thank you all for your support over the years and I understand if you are angry with me, I'm sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you to those that have reached out to me.

There is no 'Oritsefemi' without you my lovely fans.

This will never happen again. Lessons learnt.

I will continue to give you good music that I am known for not violence.

Thank you once again and God bless you all for me....much love my people," he wrote alongside a photo of himself on the hospital bed.

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