- A young and promising rapper Zumzy Brown has passed away after an asthma attack in Abuja
- According to reporters, the rapper who was a student in a university in the city was rushed to a hospital where he unfortunately died
- Zumzy's last words on popular messaging app WhatsApp was quite cryptic
A young and talented Nigerian rapper, Michael Ozumba Uchenna aka Zumzy Brown, has unfortunately passed away.
According to reports, the rapper had an asthmatic attack and was rushed to the Wuse general hospital, where he eventually gave up the ghost.
Zumzy was a promising rapper and 300 level political student of Veritas University, Abuja.
He captured the hearts of many with his rap style, and his last words on the popular messaging app, WhatsApp were:
"Had too much potential. Good night world.”
Colleagues and friends have taken to social media to mourn him.
"Rest in peace Zumzy brown. He said, he had 2 much potential, and he said Good night world. He also texted his girlfriend, he said good night love of my life. Favour take heart. Veritas university of Abuja students' will never forget you. Sleep well, our singer."
Steven Bliss Savage:
"Life so short Bruuh. Remember those days we make music in school, all you ever wanted to do was good music and you were rising to fame Bruuuh. Still a shock to me Bruuh. Long live you Zumzy Brown."
"So ends your mortal journey blood, it's really quiet here without you. Left so soon bro. I remember when we were discussing and you said 2020 was overhyped and 2021 go better for us. Now we are in 2021 and you are gone. I am so pained RIP Zumzy Brown. Like you said Dey no Dey eva sawa forever in my heart."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Faze Alone of the defunct Plantashun Boyz music group took to social media to announce the sad news of his twin sister’s demise.
The music star who was obviously in low spirits explained that his twin, Ifeyinwa, gave up the ghost just two days to their birthday.
The Originality crooner said that their family drew strength from the knowledge that she no longer had to deal with the problems of the world.