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Heartbroken American Music Veteran Akon Mourns The Tragic Death Of Costa Titch

American music veteran Akon is mourning the tragic death of South African artist Costa Titch. Akon was heartbroken following the news he sent prayers to the deceased’s family and friends.

The famous Big Flexa hitmaker was performing in Johannesburg on Saturday when he suddenly lost consciousness and fainted, tumbling off the stage.

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Costa Titch-Image Source(Instagram)

Recently, Costa Titch signed to Akon’s record label Konvict Muzik. This witnessed the duo working together on the remix of Big Flexa. They also performed at Cotton Fest together, where they pulled a scintillating show.

The African-American musician posted a message on Instagram expressing his sadness over the passing of Costa Titch. He said that Costa Titch was more than just a musician.

When Akon was listening to Costa Titch’s Big Flexa, he immediately realized that Costa could be very successful in the music industry.

“With heavy hearts, we announce the passing of our brother Constantinos Tsobanoglou (aka: COSTA TITCH), after the sad unexpected event occurring last night leading to him collapsing on stage.

Costa Titch was more than just an artist. He was a brilliant superstar and hardworking man with a kind heart which endeared him to all around him.

I remember when Babs played me his record for the first time. I was convinced that he was going to make an impact in this world. Costa Titch had a vision that I knew for sure would take over the music industry globally and was on his way to doing just that when god’s plan intervened. It’s been a sad day but what makes me feel better is that I know he died doing what he loved doing the most in this world. God bless you COSTA!!!!!

The entire team at Konvict Kulture have lost a brother and an important member of the family. Our hearts go out to his family and friends,” wrote Akon.

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