Lynx Entertainment signee, KiDi says he is back to the music scene after nearly a two-month absence due to health concerns.
The current VGMA Artiste of the Year broke his silence in a Facebook post on Friday, April 14, highlighting that he simply took a break from the music scene to concentrate on his health, fiercely disputing claims of being struck by stroke.
“A little under two months ago, I made the painful decision of cancelling my tour to take care of my health that included taking time off social media.
Unfortunately, a few bad actors took this as an opportunity to spread false stories that got a lot of you very concerned. While i do not want to give it any more attention, I want to categorically address that those stories were false,” he wrote.
KiDi also shared a video of himself giving his followers the assurance that he was in good health.
The “Touch It” hitmaker was expected to tour about 10 cities in the US, including Seattle, Dallas, New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago and Atlanta but called off the tour owing to health concerns.
While announcing his comeback and efforts to live up to the mark in the industry, he thanked his fans and family for sticking by him during the difficult times.
“In that time, I have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of love from family, friends, fans, and the brands I work with. You all made me feel incredibly loved in this difficult period and i can’t appreciate you enough.
I am glad to be back to doing what I love most; creating music and performing for you. Thanks for sticking it out with me.”