By Taiwo Okanlawon
Popular showbiz master, Adebayo Odusami also known as Howie-T has died after battling with stroke for over four years.
According to Global Excellence, a family member revealed that the former DJ died on Saturday morning, August 8.
Before his death, he was the manager of P Square before the duo split up. During his lifetime, he had a great career as a DJ as he rocked different night clubs.
Reacting to the news, Peter Okoye, one half of the defunct P-Square, in his tribute said his history will not be complete without a mention of their former manager.
He wrote on his Instagram, “There are certain people in life that your story or journey is incomplete without, Howie T is one of such people.
“Thanking Howie T “for your tremendous contribution to my career and the Nigerian entertainment industry,” he added.
The 38-year-old twin also prayed for the deceased’s wife Motunrayo and their kids.
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There are certain people in life that your story or journey is incomplete without, Howie T is one of such people. I honestly believed you’d pull through this time and I’m thankful I got to spend some time with you recently, reliving some of the early days and talking about what the future holds. Thank you Howie for believing and being there for us. Thank you for your tremendous contribution to my career and the Nigerian entertainment industry. My family and I, our thoughts and prayers are with Tunrayo and the girls at this very difficult time. Good night big man. 🙏🏽💔🕯🕯🕯🕯🕯
Howie T’s Adrot Entertainment Inc managed P-Square after Peter and Paul Okoye relocated to Lagos.
Under his guidance, the duo won a music competition sponsored by Benson & Hedges in 2001 and released their debut album titled Last Nite.
The album was executive produced by Timbuk 2 Music, with legendary Laolu Akins as a supervising producer.