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Da Grin in critical condition

After surviving a terrible accident involving a truck on Wednesday, which left him unconscious, rapper Da Grin has been hospitalised and operated upon at a Lagos hospital.

According to on-line entertainment journal,, a source close to the rapper who claimed to have been in the car at the time of the accident had initially said there was only a brief argument after a truck driver lost control and damaged the fender of Dagrin’s Nissan Maxima. However, other inside sources have squealed on the gravity of the accident and its aftermath on the rapper.


“We can now authoritatively inform you that Dagrin is in a very bad shape; in critical condition with doctors working round the clock to save his life”, said the source as at press time, Thursday.

He was operated upon at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital yesterday (Wednesday), hours after he ran into a stationary truck around Alakara Police station in Mushin, while driving home around 3 am yesterday.

He was said to have been returning home from an assignment, and he had called home severally to tell them not to lock the gate; that he was coming home.

The manager and close family sources allegedly confirmed to NET that the rapper was left unconscious after running into the truck, and was left hanging between life and death before he was rescued by policemen on patrol.

The policemen reportedly called his manager after finding his number on Dagrin’s ‘last dialled’ list.
He was initially taken to Tai Solarin private hospital in Mushin, before his minders moved him to LUTH.

The rapper is believed to have sustained numerous injuries, especially in the chest, jaws and head.
His manager confirmed he had an operation same day at LUTH and has been under intensive care.

‘The doctors say he’s improving but they have to keep him in ICU until his condition stabilises. He hasn’t been able to open his eyes or speak since yesterday. I believe they’ll move him from ICU to the ward once he comes round’, his manager was quoted to have said.


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