- The family of departed coastal singer, Ally B has ordered DJ’s and media houses not to play his music.
- The artist breathed his last yesterday after a short illness.
- Netizens have reacted to the new development.
The family of departed legendary coastal singer, Ally B has ordered media houses and DJ’s not to play his music.
Speaking during his burial, his brother gave the order with hundreds of mourners in attendance.
According to his brother, anyone remembering the artiste and wishes to play his music should not to.
However, the family gave a nod for prayers to be directed to the fallen singer.
“Ma radio presenter, madj tafadhali naomba nyimbo za Ally msicheze, tafadhali naomba… anayetaka akimkumbuka amtilie dua lakini msipige miziki yake” asserted the brother partly.
Ally B’s family demand caught many with surprise and netizens are continuing to share their opinions.
We sampled a few of the reactions below.
“Ukikufa utapata recognition na love ajab, dark world in it”
“Even Tupac was a muslim and we still listen to his songs hata saa hii naskia Maria R.I.P legend”
“Can someone make me understand what will happen if the music is played please”
“If you’re a Muslim you will get to understand why the family has decided this”
“I said it yesterday…If you didn’t appreciate his effort when alive, it doesn’t matter now. Msanii apewe maua yake kama bado ako hai”
The news of Ally B’s passing spread like wildfire on Wednesday evening.
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According to reliable sources, the Maria singer fell ill before being rushed to the Coast General Hospital.
Preliminary reports indicate he was suffering from pneumonia.
The fallen singer was known for songs like Maria, Bembea and Silali a collaborative piece with Size 8 among others.
Ally B’s passing has also ignited a heated debate on artists getting prominence upon their deaths unlike when alive.