The sports radio personality Big Daddy Graham who was a popular recording artist alongside has reportedly died on September 8, 2021. Yes, as shocking as it seems, the renowned comedian has taken his last breath on Thursday. Fellow radio host and a friend Glen Macnow took to his Twitter to announce the shocking news. He wrote that he came to know about a friend’s demise last night and called him a gem of a man and a diamond in the rough. Addressing him as a hard-working, funny and sweetheart guy with no filter, Glen added that he will miss him.
Glen Macnow confirmed Daddy Graham’s death on September 9. His Tweet has garnered the attention of the general public who have been paying him tribute and condolences to the family and friends. However, no close ones of the comedian have come forward and confirmed the news. As of now, this article is just a piece of information gotten from some sources and it’s not an obituary announcement. As a result, currently, there is no information regarding his funeral and burials updates. We will update you as soon as we receive any reliable information about the same.
Talking about Dady Graham, he was multi-skilled and talented. In addition to being a comedian and a recording artist, he also was a sports radio personality on 94 WIP-FM located in Philadelphia. Besides, Graham was also a writer and an actor. The 68-years-old was born on 29th May 1953 in Southwest Philadelphia in the United States. He performed comedy for more than 35 years at different places including private parties, clubs, corporate, banquets and corporate. Big Daddy was also a part of Two Funny Philly Guys that included fellow comic Joe Conklin. Both the comedians entertained the public in several locations.
Besides, Daddy Graham was also voted by Philly Magazine as Philadelphia’s funniest comedian. He also wrote a book about his father titled “Last Call” and was a co-author of another book “The Great Book of Philadelphia” which managed to sell approximately 40,000 copies. The comedian was also a full-time host on 94 WIP that was a sports talk radio station while co-hosted 1210 AM’s The Sports Attack. Here, he interviewed the popular personalities from sports along with two other hosts Neil Hartman and Scott Graham. Now, his reported death news has actually come as a shocker. Let’s wait until an official announcement is made by Big Daddy Graham’s family or friends.