Kwam 1 (K1) Repotedly Losses Daughter, Wasilat to Illness in Canada
Kwam 1 (K1) Repotedly Losses Daughter, Wasilat to Illness in Canada |
Wasilat Olaronke Marshall, one of the daughters of Fuji musician, King Wasiu Ayinde Marshal (KWAM 1), has reportedly died in Canada following an illness.
Prominent blogger, Linda Ikeji reported the story concerning her demise on her gossip platform. It was gathered that a family member confirmed the report to Linda Ikeji’s Blog (LIB).
This is a sad turn of event for the revered 60-year-old musician who celebrated the academic achievements of one of his children earlier in the year.
In July 2017, the Fuji legend took to his Instagram to gush over one of his sons Ademola, who had secured an admission to study Economics at the University of Exeter, England.
He seemed very delighted in his post which expressed pride over the growth of the offspring.
In his moment of joy, he extended prayers to other parents, sending them kind wishes aimed at ensuring that they enjoy such type of blessing.
King Wasiu Ayinde Marshall is an artiste regarded as a novelty in African music with over 50 albums to his name. His children are reported to be around 38 in number. He gave birth to his last child in the year 2017.