Sir Shina Peters’ Ace dancer Lady Tessy Yembra passes on (photo, video)

Sir Shina Peters’ Ace dancer Lady Tessy Yembra passes on (photo, video)

- Popular 90s dancer, Lady Tessy Yembra, has passed on

- The sad news was shared on Instagram by media mogul, Dele Momodu

- The late Tessy danced for Sir Shina Peters as well as Sikiru Ayinde Barrister's Fuji Garbage

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The Nigerian entertainment scene has been thrown into great mourning recently after the loss of one of their own in the industry.

It has been gathered that popular 90s dancer, Lady Tessy Yembra, has passed on. The woman was well known for being the big-framed dancer in Sir Shina Peters’ ACE album.

The sad news of Lady Tessy’s demise was shared by media mogul, Dele Momodu, on his Instagram page.

Momodu announced the sad news as he said that Sir Shina Peters confirmed the report himself and that the late dancer has been buried.

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Momodu wrote: “Very sad to hear of the death of popular dancer LADY TESSY YEMBRA, the bigger of the two dancers in the ACE album by SIR SHINA PETERS... I have since called my friend to offer my condolences and SIR SHINA confirmed LADY TESSY has been buried... May her soul rest in peace...?”

See his post below:

A journalist, Dele Aberuagba, also confirmed the sad news on his Facebook page. He revealed that Lady Tessy danced for Sir Shina Peters as well as Barrister.

He wrote: “SHINA PETER'S ACE DANCER, TESSY IS GONE!

What a depressing news this evening. That Tessy, the unique dancer that made Sir Shina Peter's mega album, Ace and Sikiru Ayinde Barrister's Fuji Garbage is no more.

Tessy, no doubt made youthful age a memorable one in those days with that great dancing steps from ACE Album.

Good night Tessy. Rest In Perfect Peace!”

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See his post below:

RIP to the dead.

In other news, Legit.ng reported that veteran actor, Prince Femi Oyewumi, aka Laditi, has passed on. The sad news was shared on social media by the deceased's brother.

The deceased’s brother also revealed to De-way Entertainment TV on Facebook that Laditi had been battling chronic backache for some months and that he was rushed to the hospital on Thursday, May 21, 2020, where he passed on.

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