“Get well Soon”- Prayers pour in for Fuji maestro Taye Currency as he reportedly collapses in the UK (Video)

In a shocking turn of events, Taye Adebisi, the well-known Fuji musician from Ibadan, the energetic hub of Oyo State, also affectionately known as Taye Currency, is said to have suddenly collapsed while traveling in the United Kingdom.

Seun Oloketuyi, the organizer of the Best of Nollywood awards, utilized the expansive platform of Instagram to unveil this shocking revelation to the public sphere on Wednesday.

He asserted that the esteemed singer is currently receiving medical attention at a hospital facility in the UK.

Oleketuyi said, “Reports say @taiye_currency77 collapsed in UK and is presently in admission in the hospital.”

See the post below;

As expected, Nigerians have trooped to the comment section of the post to pray for the singer after he collapsed and landed at a hospital in the UK. See reactions below;

gbonjubola1: No evil report concerning him in Jesus name, get well soon, Bro.

arsenal_sodiq:  Too much of stress and hardworking.

yadegoke:  Quick recovery in Jesus name 🙏.

saheedatoloyede:  @tayecurrency_official wishing you speedy recovery baba🙏🥰😍.

afolabiashanike: Get well quickly ❤️

Late Alao Akala Chamged my Life

In Another news, Taye Currency revealed how the late Oyo-State Governor Alao Akala changed his life for God as he paid him N99m for his governorship campaign.

Taye Currency made this statement during an event commemorating the annual Oshodi Day while performing as one of the guest artists on December 27, 2023.

In his words;  “I want to share a story of how my life was turned around for good and how I became what I am today. In 2010, I was invited, along with many others, to join the campaign trail for the late Governor Christopher Adebayo Alao-Akala. The show promoter in charge of paying me for singing during the campaign wouldn’t pay me on time. He would often delay my payment, sometimes by up to three days.

“One fortunate day, I was in the late governor’s residence when he stepped out. I started screaming and shouting that I hadn’t been paid for my show at the campaign and that I wouldn’t be returning to perform on stage anymore.

“Alao-Akala asked me to approach him and demanded an explanation for my outburst. I told him I was owed N500,000 and had not been paid yet.

“He was surprised and then called on his First Lady, Mrs Kemi Alao-Akala, instructing her to be in charge of paying me whenever I performed on stage for the rest of the campaign.

“Alao-Akala then instructed that N99 million be paid to me straight away for campaigns in the 33 Local Government Areas of the state. That was how I made it.

“Just like that, I was shocked. After I settled everyone, I still had N60 million left,” he stressed.