Mixed reactions trail the death of Dbanj’s one year old son
On Sunday the 24th June, there had been unconfirmed rumours about the death of the Dbanj’s one year old son Daniel Oyebanjo, but at the early hours of Monday the 25th June he confirmed it through a black image post on his instagram page.
His son Daniel Oyebanjo, who had been in care of his wife Lineo Kilgrow, had reportedly drowned in the swimming pool at his Ikoyi residence. Although he confirmed the news while in attendance at the BET awards held Sunday night in Los Angeles.
Subsequent to this news, co-artiste and fans alike have all taken to their social media pages to write condolence message to him and his family as he is currently trending on twitter.
One of the twitter users dredged up some precaution comments his fans had offered when he had posted a picture of his son close to a swimming pool some weeks ago while others seem to blame their negligence for his death:
5 weeks ago, if only Dbanj saw this comment. 🙏 O God. pic.twitter.com/PC0Ly498MC
— Fortune Dan Amor (@Foxypiano) June 25, 2018
5 weeks ago, Dbanj posted a video of his kid walking by the pool and these are some of the comments from people.
Not putting blames on anyone but these celeb should take caution about people’s comments not just to give a savage clapback. pic.twitter.com/klgp8ikQNA
— PLS FOLLOW BACK💋❤️ #WorldCup (@madpweety) June 25, 2018
Davido also paid condolence to him via his speech award for winning the BET International Act of the year award. Also See tweets of condolence messages other artiste and fans sent to him:
June is a bad month this year. Ojuelegba casualties. Plateau massacre and now Dbanj’s Son. It’s okay, just do and go. God take control🙏😭
— BigBallsBiola(B3) (@beehazel_eyes) June 25, 2018
Someone said Dbanj should be arrested for "allowing his kid to be drowned".
You see, there's this thing with Nigerians. They don't know where to stop. They don't know where to tell their empty brains to stop. They don't know how to stop. They don't know lines or boundaries.
— Young King. (@the_emaediong) June 25, 2018
It’s a fact that many of these social media users come from sad home, but please stay away from Dbanj and his wife during this trying time. How can you be so stupid to be mocking a parent over the loss of their child? I feel heartbroken to have read comments on Instablog today 💔
— Bhadmus Hakeem (@Bhadoosky) June 25, 2018
May God comfort Dbanj and his house hold 🤲🏽 no amount of word is enough to heal or console at times like this but strength from the almighty to see you through it we pray for 🤲🏽
— Olamide Adedeji (@olamide_YBNL) June 25, 2018
Wow!!💔💔💔! !! Praying for strength for u and your family Dbanj! 💔💔💔God’s own ❤️❤️🌹
— Wizkid (@wizkidayo) June 25, 2018
I pray God will give DBanj and his wife peace that will override the blames and guilt that will plague them the rest of their lives. Everyone will keep rewinding moments before it happened and trying to figure out what they could have done better.
— SisiYėmmié.com 💛 (@Sisi_Yemmie) June 25, 2018
The loss of a child is totally unbearable and can't be understood..
I spoke to God yesterday. Asked Him why?? Sometimes I ask…. why? It's painful…too painful abeg…. I sympathise with Dbanj and his family..😢😢😢
— Kate Henshaw (@HenshawKate) June 25, 2018