Ghanaian musician and record label (Ogidi Brown Music - OGB MUSIC) owner known in the showbiz circles and also in real life as Ogidi Brown has took to social media today to share a photo of himself and his mum with caption, "Ogidi brown and Mum in 2013 we still vibe than b4".
This picture got social media users overwhelmed and shared heart heart warming comments and messages to show support for the former manager of Fameye.
Few of such warm gestures caught our attention we thought of sharing them with you so kindly stay on as I bring them to you.
"This pic just filled my eyes with tears. How one moment you are standing tall and the next moment it's a different story all together. In everything we give thanks to the Lord and we pray that someday you stand on your feet again. Love boss" - Jibril GH
"Wow very nice my dear just have faith one day everything will be normal again" - Hannafiu Jaratu
"Life is really unfair, I can't hold my tears...things will surely turn in good way bro" - Kojo Hammond
There were other few messages that caught attention of Ogidi Brown and he actually took time off his busy schedule to respond to them. Them few of them out below.
"Hope to see you stand on your feet again brother" - Abdulrazak Abass
Reply from Ogidi: The time will come.
Surprisingly, renown blogger and brand influencer, Ameyaw Debrah also commented on the post to show his sympathy for the musician saying, "god is in control" with a lower case 'G' for God and that also attracted a banter from a fan who could not understand why Ameyaw Debrah should begin writing the name of God with a lower case 'G'. See screenshot below:
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