Young, talented, fast rising and award winning Ghanaian rapper signed to Ground Up Chaley, Quamina MP late last year lost his father in a road accident after they were traveling from Akosombo to Accra.
They were but in the car when the accident occurred on the Akosombo-Accra highway and luckily enough, the ‘amanfuor girls' hitmaker came out unhurt but sadly his father passed on later after his critical condition.
This was a sad news for the camp of rapper as he released an EP to honor his late Dad.
However, in a Facebook post sighted, the rapper have announced the date he will be laying his late father to rest and it really heartbreaking.
According to him, his late father, Fiifi Buckman Amanoo who is wildly known as ‘Bongo’ will be laid to rest on April 24, 2021, this Saturday and all well wishers are cordially invited.
“Laying my dad to rest on the 24th of April. All Well wishers are cordially invited. Thank you for your support all through the had times. 🙏🏾“ he write as he shared obituary photo of his dad.
Fans of the rapper upon sighting the sad news took to the comment section of the post to send their condolences one more to the rapper and his family.
See some reactions from Ghanaians below
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