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NewsOne Nigeria reports that Popular Nigerian-based American radio personality, Dan Foster is dead.

How Popular Radio Host Died

Though details of the demise of Daniel ‘Dan’ Foster – popularly known as The Big Dawg and Top Dawg, a Nigerian-based American radio personality, a source at Classic FM, Lagos, where Foster worked until recently, confirmed his death on Wednesday, June 17.

Cause Of Dan Foster Death

Although it is unclear when Dan Foster died, however, several reports on social media claim that Dan Foster died of COVID-19 complications. Another popular Nigerian On-Air-Personality, Dotun took to the micro-blogging site, Twitter to mourn the passing away of Mr Foster, confirming that the legendary radio personality is dead.

“Oh, Dan Foster… you gave me the strength to do this and even more. This is really painful.“ 

Nigerians Mourn Dan Foster

Who Is Dan Foster?

Daniel ‘Dan’ Foster – popularly known as The Big Dawg and Top Dawg, is a Nigerian-based American radio personality. Formerly an Idol series judge he also held a similar position with the Got Talent. Foster was a Nigerian broadcaster and On-Air personality with many years of experience.

The late broadcaster worked with numerous radio stations in the United States of America prior to his relocation back to Nigeria. He joined Cool FM in 2000 where he stayed till 2009 and which he went on to join Inspiration FM and later City FM.

He became popular in the country for his role as one of the judges on Idols West Africa series alongside Dede Mabiaku and Ghanaian Abrewa Nana in 2007. He later became a judge at the music talent reality TV show Nigeria’s Got Talent alongside actress Kate Henshaw and comedian Yibo Koko.

Dan Foster had a short stint in Nollywood, Nigeria’s movie industry. He was married with three children.

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