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Harrysong ‘getting help for depression’ after Instagram post about death



Harrysong has been dealing with “slight emotional issues” and his receiving help for depression, says his manager, Desmond Ike-Chima.
The singer on Wednesday posted a disturbing message on his Instagram page, leaving fans and colleagues worrying about his mental state.
The AlterPlate Records founder had written: “Don’t cry (when) I die, celebrate, put up a kingmaker concert, empower more youths. I have lived. I have done my bit, carry on in grace.”
Reacting in a statement on Thursday, Ike-Chima said Harrysong is getting “the needed help”.
He said the singer has booked a session with an emotional intelligence trainer.
The statement read: “A big thank you to concerned fans, friends and family who have put in calls, messages and emails to check on Harrysong after his last alarming Instagram post 22 hours ago.
“The truth is Harrysong has been dealing with slight emotional issues in the last few days and has been trying to manage it alone. But at this point we are getting him the needed help.
“We have been in talks with Emotional Intelligence Trainer and Practitioner, Oyinkansola Alabi and a session has been booked.
“Depression is real, but when that happens one should (seek) for help in the appropriate quarters. Once again, thank you all.”
Harrysong was formerly signed to Five Star Music owned by brothers; Kingsley (Kcee) and Emeka Okonkwo (E-Money).