Popular Nigerian dancer and video vixen, Kodak passed away on Wednesday, April 29.
Although the cause of death has not been announced by her family or management, it has been gathered that the popular dancer was electrocuted while charging her phone at the house of famous video director, Clarence Peters. Sources say the house located at Omole Estate in Lagos also serve as the studio of Clarence Peters.
It remains unknown if the dancer also known as Love Divine or LD was at the location for work or personal reasons. She was however confirmed dead after she was rushed to a hospital.
Picture Kodak or Love Divine or LD like many loved to call her would be remembered as one of the fastest rising dancers in Nigeria. She has worked with top music acts including YBNL boss, Olamide, Burna Boy, Wizkid and many others.
Also a video vixen and style infuencer, Kodak has over the years endeared many with her dance. The late choreographer was also reputed as one of the pioneers of the ‘Afro Dance’ style in Nigeria. She was an energetic young lady who was always working and collaborating with other dancers to create fresh styles.
The news of her death has shocked the entertainment. Many have started paying tribute to her; rapper, Olamide took to his Instagram page to pen down his tribute: “Rest Up”.
Also popular dancer, Poco Lee also wrote: “We lost A Legend in the Dance Industry & Nigeria at large….Forever in our Hearts #restinpeacepicturekodak”.
Blaqbonez expressing shock at the sad news tweeted: “the vixen in the Haba Video, ‘picture Kodak’ just died, it hurts so much cos we became close after, I don’t know how to handle my emotions”.
Life is too short for dramas, someone you saw yesterday night, you might wake up in the morning and find out that the person is no more.
Learn to leave in peace with everyone because we don’t know what tomorrow has for us all.
Life is full of so many things unusual. Live life like tomorrow is not coming or that you might fall dead anytime.
Ironically, Kodak died on International Dance Day.