- Dance instructor Kaffy has paid special tribute to dancer Kodak who recently died from electric shock while charging her phone
- Kaffy recalled the first time she met the late dancer and how she grew in her career over the years
- The dancer stated that Kodak's life is a message to the world
Popular Nigerian dance instructor and dancer Kaffy is one of the people in the music industry who is pained by the sudden death of one of her own.
It was earlier reported that a video vixen known as Picture Kodak was killed by an electric shock at the home of popular videographer, Clarence Peter while charging her phone. According to reports, she died from the incidence.
Since the report of her sudden demise, the music industry has stood still in honour of her.
Reacting to the sudden demise of her mentee, Kaffy stated that she never envisioned a day she would be writing a death tribute to her.
The dance queen recalled when she first met Kodak. According to her, she knew that she had so much to offer.
"Ever since I saw you on Dance with Peter I remember telling Flex and Peter that I wanted to mentor you because I saw energy caged I feel should unleash even more , so when you chose me gosh I was so happy. When you came to stay with me, it confirmed it even more as from one gig to the other you stood out. I remember pushing hard and you fought back harder and stronger," she said.
Kaffy noted that when she left her to join another group, she worried for her but Kodak kept her fire burning.
"It’s sad we lost you but your stubborn self ensured it was a day we are forced never to forget, a day set aside worldwide for the celebration of what we all stand for. Every year this day would always remind us of your energy," she stated.
Doctors said she may not be able to walk again in 2016 but 4 years later, she is posing in high-heel shoes (photos)
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nollywood actor Gbenga Ajumoko died after battling illness for months.
The actor, who was from Ijebu, Ogun state, was said to have been hospitalised for over six months after he was diagnosed. He was being treated at a hospital in Sagamu, Remo in Ogun state.
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