Contrary to multiple reports on social media, Ghanaian singer-songwriter KiDi is not battling with stroke, management of the artiste debunks.
On Thursday (March 16), a section of Ghanaian bloggers and social media users reported that the multi-award-winning recording and performing composer was battling with the serious, life-threatening medical condition. As per popular news portal GH Page, the Lynx Entertainment signed artiste is “down with stroke”, resulting in his mysterious absence on social media.
Speaking to www.gbafrica.net, a managing member at Lynx Entertainment revealed that KiDi is not battling with any terminal disease that is suspected to be stroke, as has been rumoured on social media and in multiple tabloids. He stated that despite postponing his US tour, KiDi is in good health and ready to hit the road again.
Meanwhile, the Ghanaian highlife and afropop singer, KiDi, on February 24, postponed his highly-anticipated North American tour, citing health concerns.
“It is with a very heavy heavy heart that I announce the postponement of my Golden Boy North American Tour,” KiDi wrote in a statement after cancelling the US tour. “I have had to make this decision to postpone the tour due to health issues. A tour of this magnitude and level of committment it will take may put me at risk of further damage to my health.”
The Ghana-based recording and performing artiste was slated to kick off his North American tour this month in Boston, making stops in New York, Toronto, Chicago, Los Angeles, Columbus, Washington, and more before concluding in Seattle halfway through the month. The tour was named “The Golden Boy” after his well-received 2021 sophomore album of the same name, which spawned the cross-over hit “Touch It” and its 2022 remix featuring American rapper Tyga.