- An eyewitness said that record label boss Kashy fell from his fifth-floor apartment in Ghana
- The eyewitness stated that Kashy was making noise in his apartment and security was called to stop him
- Kashy was said to have pulled a stunt by holding on to the railing of his apartment
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A young man who was an eyewitness has shared the account of how Cash Nation record label boss Kashy died in Ghana.
His signee singer Barry Jhay was alleged to be responsible for his death but, an eyewitness has declared him innocent.
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An actor and comedian Akande Gbolahan who seemed to be a friend of the late record label boss had an Instagram live with the eyewitness who noted that he doesn't want to be named.
According to him, Kashy was making noise in his apartment which was affecting the neighbourhood.
Noting that he was not sure if Kashy was intoxicated, the young man stated that Kashy may have been drunk from alcohol as he did not stop making noise after security came.
The eyewitness stated that Kashy decided to pull a stunt by holding on to the railing of his fifth-floor apartment but sadly lost his balance and fell to his death.
Watch the video below:
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that an Abuja-based entertainer DJ Tunice died from a domestic accident.
It was said that DJ Tunice fell and hit his head on the floor while mopping. However, friends claimed that the entertainer was rejected by different hospitals.
Taking to Facebook, a friend of the deceased identified as Fi’ammari Machar Zoaka wrote that he fought for life but the system and the government failed him.
Sola Oloruni is a Legit.ng journalist with five years of working experience in the media industry. She graduated from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, where she obtained a post-graduate diploma in 2015.
Prior to that, she studied Linguistics and Nigerian Languages at the Ekiti State University, Ekiti, where she obtained her first degree. She is passionate about social development and women’s health.