Goldie's Siblings Move Into Late Singer's Ikoyi Home
...Begin audit of her businesses
Siblings of late singer, Susan Oluwabimpe Harvey - Goldie- are reported to have taken over her Ikoyi Lagos home.
The 29 year old deceased is believed to own the abode situated on King Ologun Kutere street.
She lived at the place with maids, and 'visiting friends' before her demise.
Sources confirmed the 'Siblings moved in' after her February 14 2013 death.
The siblings are identified as a brother and a sister. The Singer was the eldest of three children her late mother bore her father.
The mother died of Cancer 2years ago- and
|the father Mr Filani is remarried and has two other children by the new wife.|
Insiders revealed while they await the autopsy report that would signal the beginning of burial arrangements, the 'family' have initiated moves to audit the businesses of the late weird dresser.
Maintained a source 'the idea is to protect her investments from vultures- friends with intent to divert the gains of her sweat'
Informants explained the probe is being quietly done in order not to send out wrong signal.
Though the specific focus of the family search light is yet to be ascertained, sources intimated societynowng.com that - the late Bimpe has a 'reminder service' that sees her embroiled in a number of corporate transaction.
She is also said to own 'shares' in company within and outside the shores of the country.
Described as a lover of Mercedes Benz products, she is said to own an ML Benz at the time of death ( with intention of acquiring the new 4matic...she is said to prefer ownership of a single car at any point in time)
She is also rumoured to have a stake in the night club enterprise of late friend, Susan Yusuf ( Suzie Q).
Constantly criticised for her weird dress sense and out of this world conducts- the former Big Brother Africa house mate was the maker of popular songs 'Jawo Jawo' and 'Gboko lowo e' before her shocking death on Thursday February 14 2013.
Officially confirmed dead at high profile health management place, Reddington Hospital, Victoria Island, Lagos- the singer reportedly collapsed on her return from the United States of America for the Grammy Awards.
And since she passed on, reports about her remained as colourful like she lived, especially with the official cause of death yet to be confirmed.
She was about to release an album, 'African Invasion', with three singles 'Skibo', 'Miliki' and 'Got To Have It' on air play at the time of death.
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