Goldie’s Manager Laments ‘Too Many Dramas’ Surrounding Her Death, Urges Restraint

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Goldie2Goldie’s manager has appealed to Nigerians in general and journalists in particular, to let the late songstress rest in peace as well as respect her family’s privacy in their trying moment.

The blogosphere has been awash with reports that Goldie’s family suspect her best friend, Denrele Edun knows a thing or two about her sudden demise since he claimed she died in his arms. But the late songstress’ manager has decried reports circulating on the internet and newspapers which he said has created ‘too many dramas’.

In his words: “Right now, we don’t want to say anything at the moment because there are too many dramas already, and journalists won’t allow us rest.”

On the decision to keep mum on Goldie’s death, the manager added; “We don’t want anymore drama about her demise. Her family members would appreciate it, if you all allow things to be. Already, a lot of stories have gone viral on the internet and newspapers.”

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