Alozade loses his daughter

Dancehall artiste and producer Alozade lost his daughter, Azaliah French Sterling, on Tuesday after the toddler lost her fight to a serious lung condition.

OBSERVER ONLINE tried to reach the ‘Bad Man No Watch Gal’ deejay but he was unable to comment because he was overcome with grief and could not articulate his thoughts clearly because his heart was "in pieces....shambles".

Alozade confirmed his daughter's death via Whatapp with a message that read: "Good night dear family, friends and well-wishers, my precious little daughter Azaliah French Sterling made her transition today (Tuesday October 4, 2022)."

Alozade thanked all who had sent heartfelt prayers on behalf of his daugher and his family during this difficult, emotionally heart-wrenching time.

"To all who prayed fervently for Azaliah and the family, to all who called and checked in to see how she was progressing for all the concern and love expressed to us in our time of need we appreciated it. Please continue to pray for us as we still need your heartfelt prayers, in our time of bereavement," he wrote.

Alozade is known for songs such as 'Bad No Watch Gal', ‘Gangsta Anthem’, ‘Sweet Dreams’ and ‘When Shotta Go a Jail’.

As a producer, he is known for Elephant Man's ‘Keeping it Jiggy’ and Capleton's ‘Inna Her Heart’.

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