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Saturday, 29 December 2018

Popular Nigerian Musician Associates Openly With The Buccaneer confraternity

Buccaneers paid last respect to Nigerian singer, Kelly Hansome’s brother, Bruno, during his burial, yesterday, in Texas.

In a video shared online, the confraternity which the deceased belonged to upon his death turned up in numbers to pay their last respect to their member who has gone beyond.

Clad in their full regalia, a yellow beret, white shirt and black pant, the bereaved members of the Buccaneer confraternity were captured rendering melodious ode to their dead member as he was laid to rest.

The brother to the deceased, Kelechi Orji Obinna George Michael popularly with the stage name Kelly Hansome, is a talented Nigerian singer, songwriter and music producer born on January 18.

Kelly Hansome originally hails fromn Eziobodo in Owerri west local government area in IMO state.

He attended Albright nusrsery school, Alvan primary school and Government College Owerri for his primary and secondary education. He also studied Computer Science at Madonna University.

Kelly started his career with the Kennis Music record label and released his first song “Maga don pay” which brought him to limelight.

The multi talented singer came through with his album “2 much money” which comprises of many singles including “Like Play, Like Play” and True Love.

Shortly after, Kelly parted ways with Kennis Music and established his own label imprint, Maga Music where he dropped a number of singles.

Kelly soon became one of the most controversial Nigerian artiste following the release of several diss songs such as Igwe Kom Kom and La La Low which takes a shot at the defunct Mo’hits Record crew and Terry G. He also addressed his issues with the Chocolate City music star, M.I with the track “Finish you Boy”.

Kelly Hansome finally got a mouth watering deal worth N50 million.

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