‘Don’t Cry When I Die’ — Harrysong Raises Fears With Instagram Post
Harrysong Photo: Madailygist

Nigerian singer Harrison Tare Okiri, professionally known as Harrysong, has raised fears over his life with a disturbing message on his Instagram page.

The AlterPlate Records boss took to Instagram on Wednesday to talk about death, giving pointers on how he should be celebrated when he passes on.

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In the post, the “reggae blues” crooner urged his fans not to cry when he dies, saying his life should be celebrated with a concert as well as youths empowerment.

The ‘Arabanko’ singer, who was formerly signed to Five Star Music owned by Kingsley (Kcee) and Emeka Okonkwo (E-Money), said he had lived and done his bit.

He wrote:  “Don’t cry (when) I die, celebrate, put up a kingmaker concert, empower more youths,… I have lived… I have done my bit, carry on in grace… TEKERO❤ I LOVE YOU ALL.#altersoldier.”

Concise News understands that Harrysong’s fans have been sending him positive messages and making efforts to cheer him up since he posted the message.