- A video showing the moment record label boss Kashy was buried has been spotted online
- The young man was buried amidst tears from his close friends in Ghana
- Kashy's girlfriend also noted that the record label boss did not die from depression
It is indeed a sad time for the family of record label boss, Babatunde Oyerinde Abiodun, aka Kashy as he has been buried.
The record label boss of Cash Nation died in the early hours of Sunday, March 7 after he reportedly fell mistakenly from the railing of his fifth-floor apartment.
In a video spotted on social media, the deceased was spotted wrapped in a white wrapper and buried according to Muslim rites.
According to online reports, Kashy was buried in the early hours of Friday, March 12, in Ghana.
Meanwhile, a lady called Ada who is reportedly Kashy's girlfriend spoke out through her social media page after his burial.
Ada revealed that Kashy was not depressed, mentally ill, or on hard drugs. According to her, she knows all these because she's been the closest person to him for the past two years.
The heartbroken lady stated that she knows what happened while praying that God will judge the person involved in his death.
Read what she wrote below:
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On hearing the news of his death, many Nigerians took to social media to mourn him and reveal how well he will be missed.
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