The tragic death of talent manager and PR expert Steve “Spotlight” Osagie has plunged the Nigerian entertainment industry, and particularly the music side of the industry into mourning.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Abdulrasheed Bello, also known as JJC Skillz, the estranged husband of Funke Akindele, recently lost his manager, Steve Osagie.
With more than 18 years of expertise developing and managing artists, Steve Osagie is a professional music industry consultant and manager headquartered in the UK.
Additionally, he has been JJC Skillz’s manager and brother for more than 20 years.
The soft-spoken music promoter passed away in his sleep in the United Kingdom, according to information received.
JJC Skillz captioned the picture he uploaded on Instagram, “Rest well my brother.”
Tunde Ednut says that Steve Osagie left a comment on his page a few hours before he heard of his passing.
According to many who knew Steve, he was a nice, peace-loving man who was eager to assist as many people as he could. He is the brother of JJC Skillz, one of the first Nigerian performers to gain popularity in the UK.
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