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Ofori Amponsah allegedly accused of killing colleague Kofi B

Ofori Amponsah allegedly accused of killing colleague Kofi B

Ghanaians are still mourning the death of sudden demise of Highlife musician Kofi B whose sudden death occurred yesterday in Cape Coast after he had finished performing.

Another highlife artiste Kofi Nti who is a friend and was also around when he died has come out to explain that the ‘Akua Donkor’ hitmaker died out of heart attack at a Cape Coast hospital after complaining to them.

In a twist to his death, some social media users have pointed an accusing finger at musician Ofori Amponsah as been the one behind his death.

According to reports, Kofi B in his interview with Black Eye on Adom FM weeks ago revealed that Ofori Amponsah called him to curse him and warned him not to perform a certain song they recorded together.

 

Kofi B in the interview made mention that the said song generated over a lot of billion cedis those days but he didn’t get a share of that money.

 

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But in a separate twist, a presenter with Zylofon FM Kojo Kwarteng Cosby has explained that Ofori Amponsah didn’t mean the curse and moreover the two of them had settled their issue long time.

 

He continued Kofi B has been going to the hospital over pressure health issues for some time now and even went to the event center with some of his medications as such he doesn’t see how people would link Ofori Amponsah to his death.

 

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