Highlife Musician Kofi B Died Of ‘Heart Attack’ in Hotel Room + Other Sh0cking Revelations

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A close friend of Kofi B has narrated how the late musician died on Sunday February 2, 2020.

Kofi B is claimed to have passed away shortly after performing with colleague musician Kofi Nti in Abease Dominase in the Central Region.

Sadly, Kofi B died on his daughter’s birthday.  

A Facebook user identified as Nene Kabutey Dosoo indicated in a post that ‘Kofi B died on his daughter’s birthday. How is this girl going to celebrate future birthdays?’.

Reports say colleague musician Kofi Nti rushed Kofi B from his hotel room to the hospital after he complained about experiencing a slight pain in his chest as well as an unusual heartbeat at about 2.00am on Sunday.

Late Kofi B was caught vomiting, became restless, and even struggled to breathe whiles at the hospital.

Kofi Nti disclosed that his friend finally gave up the ghost whiles the doctors devotedly attended to him at the hospital.

It appears that the ‘Mmobrowa’  hitmaker had been living with a fragile ‘heart condition’ for some years now. It has emerged that Kofi B always had ‘medicines’ in his car due to his condition.

Kofi B’s music was full of wisdom. The lyrics of his love songs could water a dry land and served as the punch lines for the lovesick.

The late highlife singer won the heart of many music lovers with hit songs such as ‘Mmobrawa’, Bantama Akwasi Boakye’, ‘Koforidua Flowers’ among others.

Kofi B (also privately known as Kofi Boakye Yiadom) was born in Asante Akyem Agogo in the Ashanti Region.

Kasatintin.com gathers that he wanted to become a lawyer whiles growing up. Kofi B gave up this dream because he was from a poor home.

He discovered his music talent at an early stage and usually sang at special events such as birthday parties and wedding ceremonies for free.

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Highlife music icons Amakye Dede, Kojo Antwi and Ofori Amponsah inspired Kofi B to do music.

May his soul rest in peace.

Watch Kofi B’s last performance in the video below.

SOURCE: Kasatintin.com

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