Popular On Air radio Personality broadcaster, Daniel Foster, fondly called ‘The Big Dawg and Top Dawg’, who was featured on TV series, Idol as a Judge and also on Got talent show has died from Covid-19 complications.
Dan Foster who was an African American born in Washington D. C, was an OAP in America before moving to Nigeria in the year 2002 to work for Cool. Fm, and was popular for his broadcast on the ‘Morning show’ to ‘Praise Jam’ on radio.
According to media reports, Dan Foster died from an illness, in which speculation states he died from Covid-19 complications, he died today, the 17th of June, 2020.
The American born, Nigerian based radio personality died at the age of 60.
Dan Foster before his death, was known for his cheerful and significant voice on radio, he worked for numerous radio stations, from Cathy Hughes radio One Mix 106.5, Virgin Island-based WTBN in America to Cool Fm were he worked for many years, and gained the love of radio listener and was popular.
Radio host, Dan Foster Allegedly Dies Of COVID-19.
Popular Nigerian-American broadcaster, Dan Foster has been reported dead.💔💔 pic.twitter.com/iad4EZ0NxX
— VillageBoy (@person_pikin1) June 17, 2020
Before he moved to Inspiration FM, in September, 2009 then left for City FM in 2014 and in May 2016 he also left for Classic FM 97.3 radio station were he worked until his death.
Dan Foster, ‘The Big Dawg’ is survived by his wife and four children.
Social media has been buzzing as his fans, followers and colleagues from City Fm, all sent in their tributes and heart felt sympathy, as many speak of what they recall about him.
May his soul rest in peace, amen.