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The popular Ghanaian a hiplife musician and dancer have been met with very sad news, as one of his team members, (lead dancer and choreographer)Tettey Doo, passes on.
The Uncle of the late dancer confirmed that, Tettey Doo was involve in a fatal motorbike accident and died on Sunday, February 21. He died at the age of 43 years.
According to Mr Bannor the Uncle of the late dancer, Tettey was riding on a motorbike with his kid brother, and got involved in the accident. His kid brother is at the Korle-bu Teaching Hospital currently in a critical condition.
Hearing the news, the Ghana artist Slim Busterr posted on his facebook page "gone from our sight, but never from our hearts Tettey Doo...i wish you healing and peace. hmmmmmmm".
The late Paul Tetteh, Doo, who was Slim’s lead dancer and choreographer.
May his Soul Rest in Peace.
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