Victony, the fast-rising Nigerian musician, says he will be taking a two-month break from music after undergoing his third and final surgery.
In 2021, Victony was involved in a ghastly accident that left one dead and three injured.
The singer thereafter underwent his first surgery in the same year.
On Wednesday, the ‘Soweto’ crooner took to his Twitter page to share an update on his recovery process.
Victony said he just concluded his third surgery, which was successful.
He added that the doctors have advised him to take a two-month break, which he intends to adhere to.
“I know… It’s been a while. I miss u too. I just went thru my 3rd & final surgery. It was a smooth & not so smooth experience,” he wrote.
— VICTONY (@vict0ny) February 7, 2023
“But I must go thru this hell to find heaven. The doctor said I need a 2month break.
“Now I’m not gonna be stubborn, so I’ll adhere to that lol. Tbh, I just wanna be done with it. So I can get back to kicking it with u guys.
“Prior to I’ve been now, up to a lot, creating the best I can & I CANT wait to show u guys, but what’s the point in dropping when I cant really be a part of it?
“So I ask that you stay with me & pray for me, the next 2 months. Once I’m back on my feet? You know the drill! Haha.
“Outlaw for f**king life. Luv, Victony.#
The singer is currently signed to Mainland Block Party, a record label owned by Tobi Mohammed.
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