Kodak is dead. Many Nigerians (especially those in the entertainment and social media space) was dealt a huge blow yesterday when it was announced that Kodak, a prominent video vixen and dancer, was dead.
Kodak, who’s appeared in a number of music videos (most recently Blaqbonez’s Haba) was at a director’s home in Omole Estate, went reports. She was even on social media some minutes before the unfortunate incident, an electrocution that happened when she wanted to charge her phone.
She was rushed to an hospital at the estate later that evening (yesterday), where she was declared dead.
RIP PICTURE KODAK 🕊
I will always remember you for the amazing person that you were, you brought life to everything you touched, it’s too hard for me to grasp the concept of your death but I hope you’re in a better place 😓 pic.twitter.com/dcCCiTI01n
— Nigerian Adele 👩🏻🦳 🏴☠️ (@BlaqBonez) April 30, 2020
Brooo this life maaaaaan fuck!!! R.I.P Kodak ❤️…wtf!!!
— DREMO 🔥🐉 (@Dremodrizzy) April 30, 2020
Many Nigerians have took to social media to express their sadness. Photos of Kodak alongside many A-list entertainers have surfaced since. Artists like Dremo and Blaqbonez (who called her a good friend) has rendered heartfelt eulogies. Given the nature of Kodak’s death and her obvious potential to become perhaps the biggest dancer and vixen of her time, it hurts, truly.