DJ Kaywise’s Instagram Post Raises Concerns
Renowned Nigerian disc jockey, Ayorinde Kehinde Okiki, popularly known as DJ Kaywise, recently caused a stir among his extensive fanbase with a perplexing post on his Instagram account. On September 13, 2023, the accomplished record producer shared a message that hinted at the possibility of taking a drastic action. The post contained the following statement: “I’ll end it all by 9 pm tonight, I did my best.” This message reverberated through the entertainment industry, eliciting deep concern from fans and fellow celebrities, who implored DJ Kaywise to reconsider any impulsive decisions.
An Outpouring of Worry and Support
The outpouring of worry and support was unmistakable in the comments section of the post, with numerous individuals urging DJ Kaywise to stay strong. Concerned fans called upon his close friends and family members to check on his well-being, emphasizing the crucial importance of providing mental health support. Notably, several celebrities also voiced their anxiety, underscoring the tight-knit nature of the entertainment community and its collective concern for one of its own.
A Clarification from DJ Kaywise
In a surprising turn of events, DJ Kaywise addressed the situation in a video message that he shared on his Instagram page the following night. Contrary to the widespread belief that he was grappling with thoughts of self-harm, he clarified that his earlier post was not an indication of suicidal tendencies. Instead, he intended to address certain damaging allegations made against him by a blog named “Gistlover.” In the video message, DJ Kaywise expressed his desire to set the record straight regarding misconceptions that had persisted for years due to the blog’s claims.
He accompanied the video with a caption that read, “I hope this ends it all. The public’s misinterpretation of my recent post as a sign of suicidal thoughts underscores the need to address these issues urgently. It is vital for the public to disassociate my name from the misconceptions initially propagated by the malicious blog called Gistlover. I am relieved to have the opportunity to correct the false impressions that have been circulating for years.”