Singer denies being seriously ill

Because of his condition, the singer couldn't make his video shoot on Monday, July 13, 2015.

The self-titled Musical Taliban Oritsefemi has denied reports that he is not seriously ill.

Because of his condition, the singer couldn't make his video shoot on Monday, July 13, 2015. In the report it was revealed that this was not the first time Oritsefemi was rushed to the hospital this year.

Now, Oritsefemi's manager Eniola Olofin said the story was false.

"Well the report is not true, he was feeling a little bit under the weather but he’s not there anymore. He was there earlier just get medication for his cold, it’s not a serious ailment the way you make it sound. And moreover it’s his family hospital and we are surprised why it should be in the news" he said.

"He’s doing fine and there’s no cause for alarm. He was at a video shoot on Sunday, on the 17th floor, and the place was too breezy, cold got to him and that’s all he went to the hospital for" he further stated.

Rapper Yung 6ix dropped his latest video today 'Blessings' which features Oritsefemi.

You can watch the video below;

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