"Death, Please Stop!" - Nadia Nakai

Nadia and fellow celebs mourn the death of Costa

By  | Mar 12, 2023, 01:11 PM  | Nadia Nakai  | Drama

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"Death, Please Stop!" says a distraught Nadia Nakai, who is still mourning the death of her lover Kiernan Jarryd Forbes. Taking to social media, Bragga reacted to Costa's death, questioning God on what exactly is his plan following a string of celebrity deaths in the country.

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Dancer and rapper Costa Titch died during his performance at Ultra Music Festival in Johannesburg on Saturday night, March 11. His family released a statement confirming his passing and thanked fans for their support.

Nakai, who is as shocked as everyone, took to Twitter to react to his passing.

"God! So you just going to take them one by one! What is the plan here!! I’m so freaked out, what is going on here?! Someone please explain," said Nadia. She then went on to say, "Death, Please Stop!"
Other celebrities took to Twitter to also express shock and sent out their condolences.

"Death has tragically knocked at our door. Robbing us of our beloved son, brother, and grandson Constantinos Tsobanoglou (28), who South Africa had come to love and idolize under his stage name "Costa Titch." It is with deep pain that we find ourselves having to acknowledge his passing at this time.

"We are thankful for the emergency responders and all those present in his last hours on this earth. As a family, we are faced with a difficult time as we try to make sense of what has befallen us and ask that we be  afforded the time and space to gather ourselves

"The Tsobanoglou family thanks you for the love and support you have given to our son and may you continue to uplift him even in his spirit. Please keep us in your prayers and uplifted in the Lord," the statement continues. 

Costa is best known for his hit singles Nkalakatha and Big Flexa. He was recently signed to Akon's record label and the African icon featured on the remix of Big Flexa. When he entered the industry, he started out as a back up dancer with notable performances such as Cassper Nyovest's Fill Up The Dome and others.
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