This is Costa Titch, only 27 years old, who collapsed on stage in the middle of his performance.
South African rapper Costa Titch, 27 years old, died while giving a concert as part of the ultra sa festivalwhich was held in johannesburgcapital of that country.
The artist he collapsed on stage yesterday in the middle of his performanceas recorded by some videos, although the cause of his death could not yet be determined, according to different international media.
Death on stage: what happened to rapper Costa Titch
“It is with deep sorrow that we are forced to acknowledge his passing at this time”wrote his family on social networks, while thanking “the emergency teams and all those present in his last hours on this earth.”
“As a family, we are facing a difficult time as we try to make sense of what has happened to us and ask that we be given the time and space to collect ourselves. The Tsobanoglou family (victim’s real last name) appreciates the love and support they have given our son, and may they continue to lift him up even in spirit. Please keep us in his prayers,” the post ends.
Meanwhile, the organizers of the festival also issued an official statement in which they said they felt “Devastated by the sudden loss of beloved South African artist Costa Titch, who tragically passed away this weekend.”
“Costa was a galvanizing voice among the South African Amapiano scene: a talented rapper, dancer, songwriter, collaborator and friend of the festival. Our deepest thoughts and sincere condolences are with his family, his friends, and our entire community, who are mourning this heartbreaking loss together.”
Although in our country it was not a household name, the deceased rapper had a great success titled “Big Flexa”, which accumulates 45 million views on YouTube.
The moment of death of Costa Titch
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