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P Tee pays tribute to deceased father, brother


Barely after the release of his new Spanish single titled ‘Vamonos’ (Let’s go), disc jockey and music producer, Prince Thompson also known as ‘P Tee Money’, has been thrown into mourning following the passing of his father.

The demise of P Tee Money’s father, Prince T. Iyamu Snr., is a terrible blow for the musician, who lost his brother earlier in the year.

Battling with the agony of losing two family members in a matter of months, Thompson took to social to pen an emotional tribute to his father, who was a light to many lives and a guide for many people in resolving their problems.

“My dad was a man who was a light in so many lives. A man who spent his life being whatever anyone needed at any time. A man whose true love didn’t just exist in fairy tales.

“He was a man who walked into a room of strangers and could have people laughing in seconds and engaging in conversation effortlessly. A man who gave everyone a chance, who said it like it was, and said it with love and only the best of intentions. A true prince who was a hero to so many and who changed so many lives for the better.

“And while this is so unfair and my heart aches, I am so blessed to have been able to call him dad. I will spend forever remembering him, missing him, and never forgetting how lucky I and my siblings were to have him. I love you Dad, may you rest in peace,” the producer paid tribute.

While the popular DJ continues to mourn, it may come as a silver lining that his recent track, ‘Vamonos’ is reportedly doing rounds on airwaves and amassing digital streams.

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