Controversial journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has revealed that her dying wish is to see the three top Nigerian music acts, Davido, Wizkid, and Burna Boy, in a song together.
I Want Wizkid, Davido & Burna Boy To Do A Song Together Before I Die – Kemi Olunloyo
Olunloyo, who disclosed this in a post stated on her Twitter page, said she wish to see the trio collaborate on a song that would be played at her funeral when she dies.
She wrote; “I wanna see Davido, Burna and Wizkid do a song together before I die. I’ve been a music journalist 27 years among other news beats, a music publicist and a Canadian Grammy Judge. When I die, that song must be played at my funeral reception. I will be so proud as an Angel. DO IT?”.
Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo (born Olukemi Omololu-Olunloyo, 6 August 1964) is a Nigerian journalist, blogger, and activist against gun violence, and social media personality
Omololu-Olunloyo is the daughter of former Oyo State governor Victor Omololu Olunloyo and the second of ten children. She lived for 14 years in Nigeria, 20 years in the United States, and five years in Canada before returning to Nigeria.
Omololu-Olunloyo has appeared as a guest discussing terrorism and health topics on CBC News, Ruptly, CTV News, BBC and Nigerian Television Authority In 2010, Omololu-Olunloyo served on the Governors Advisory Council at Kingston General Hospital in Kingston, Ontario. She also worked briefly as a music journalist with the Nigerian Tribune
While in Canada, Omololu-Olunloyo was active against gun violence. In 2014 she released the names and photographs of men who solicited s– or exposed themselves on social media.
In 2014, she was among the top three nominees of the Social Media Awards Africa’s Social Media Influencer of the Year.
In August 2012, Omololu-Olunloyo was arrested in her apartment in Toronto by agents from the Canada Border Services Agency. After being determined a flight risk when her refugee visa was not renewed, she was remanded into custody at the Vanier Centre for Women for seven days before she was deported to Nigeria.