Nigerian video vixen Picture Kodak dies, celebrities pay tribute (photos)

Nigerian video vixen Picture Kodak dies, celebrities pay tribute (photos)

- Nigerian professional dancer and video vixen, LD (Love Divine) also known as Picture Kodak, has reportedly passed on

- The young lady is said to have died at the home of a popular videographer

- The young lady reportedly passed on after being electrocuted while charging her phone

Life they say is very fickle, as a person can be here and full of life at one moment and be gone the very next.

The Nigerian entertainment industry has reportedly lost one of its brilliant professional dancer and video vixen.

According to multiple reports, a popular video vixen known on social media as LD (Love Divine) or Picture Kodak, has passed on.

It was gathered that Kodak died at the home of a popular videographer in the evening of April 29, 2020.

She was reportedly electrocuted while charging her phone. The dancer is said to have been rushed to a hospital within Omole estate where she was pronounced dead.

Doctors said she may not be able to walk again in 2016 but 4 years later, she is posing in high-heel shoes (photos)

After reports of her demise hit social media, a number of Nigerian celebrities, including the ones she had worked with, took to social media to mourn the great loss.

See some reactions from celebrities to her death below:

Korra Obadi shared videos of herself and the dancer when they had worked together and wrote:

"RIP Legend. @picturekodak. Someone please wake me up. This must be a dream. Electrocuted? This cannot be real. Please DM and tell me everything is ok! You were the most selfless person I ever worked with. Omg I can't breathe! #RIP #LOVEDIVINE".

See her post below:

See other celebrity tributes below:

See reactions from fellow Nigerians to Kodak’s demise:

So sad, RIP to the dead.

In other news, Legit.ng reported that veteran Nigerian singer, Daddy Showkey, recounted how he was abandoned by friends after suffering a ghastly car crash in 2007.

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According to Showkey, he suffered a ghastly car crash in 2007 when he rammed his car into a trailer on his way back from another singer, Olu Maintain’s birthday party.

Showkey said that he was bedridden at a hospital abroad for three years and that when he got back, many of his friends abandoned him and started to avoid him.

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