A Nigerian man recently expressed his surprise and concern after discovering the current condition of the award plaques belonging to the late Nigerian veteran rapper, Dagrin. In a video posted on Instagram, he noticed that the awards, which were made of wood, were gradually deteriorating. People on social media reacted to this by questioning why the awards were not made with a material that could preserve them better.
The video showed the Nigerian man examining the award plaques and expressing his disappointment. He wondered why wood was chosen as the material for the awards instead of something more durable. The awards were meant to honor Dagrin’s talent and serve as a lasting tribute to his legacy.
Dagrin, whose real name was Oladapo Olaitan Olaonipekun, was a popular Nigerian rapper who made a significant impact on the country’s music industry. He was known for his unique style and thought-provoking lyrics before his untimely death in a car accident in 2010.
The reaction on social media was quick, with many users expressing disappointment about the choice of materials for the award plaques.
They questioned why a more durable material was not used to preserve these important accolades. Some users suggested that using a more suitable material would have ensured that the awards stayed in good condition