Olamide, Kaffy, Zlatan, others mourn video vixen, Kodak

Ace rapper, Olamide, dancer, Kaffy and other celebrities in the music industry have mourned the shocking demise of professional dancer and video vixen, Love Divine, popularly known as Kodak.

Kodak died after she was alleged to have gotten electrocuted while charging her phone on Wednesday evening in the house of veteran music and video director, Clarence Peters at his Omole Estate, Lagos.

Olamide who has featured Kodak in his music videos paid tribute to the energetic dancer on his Instagram.

He shared a picture of himself alongside the deceased. Olamide wrote on the photo, “Rest on Kodak”.

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Kaffy who is Guinness World Record Holder and dance instructor penned down emotional condolences.  She wrote;

“This is not the kind of post I have ever imagined I would be doing about you.

“Ever since I saw you on Dance with Peter I remember telling Flex and Peter that I wanted to mentor you because I saw an energy caged I feel should unleash even more, so when you chose me gosh I was sooo happy 😃. When you came to stay with me, it confirmed it even more as from one gig to the other you stood out. I remember pushing hard and you fought back harder and stronger.

“And when u left I worried abit hoping you can keep the energy and keep the fire burning ….well as the world can see you did your thing, with @westsydelifestyle you made a mark, an imprint that would never be forgotten.
It’s sad we lost you but your stubborn self ensured it was a day we are forced NEVER to forget, a day set aside worldwide for the celebration of what we all stand for. Every year this day would always remind us of your energy.

“I regret not calling you a few days ago when my heart kept longing to reach out …It tears me apart ….! Your life is a message and your leaving is a greater lesson.

“I pray that as you have impacted in life so shall you more in death as this will change a lot in our industry and create an atmosphere where we should care and love each other better.

Some people may wonder why now? Why so much noise about her now? Some may think “na when she die dem talk about am? But for me I am glad, as you have always been celebrated in life and it’s more powerful to be celebrated in death too …a lot have died, and we heard nothing , no one knows them nor remembers them…. the painful thing is you don’t get to see for your self how much impact you LOVE DIVINE have on so many beyond your wildest dreams.

“You will always remain @westsydelifestyle 1ST LADY Now you are where you can wear your crown 👑 no contest!

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This is not the kind of post I have ever imagined I would be doing about you . Ever since I saw you on Dance with Peter I remember telling Flex and Peter that I wanted to mentor you because I saw an energy caged I feel should unleash even more , so when you chose me gosh I was sooo happy 😃. When you came to stay with me , it confirmed it even more as from one gig to the other you stood out . I remember pushing hard and you fought back harder and stronger . And when u left I worried abit hoping you can keep the energy and keep the fire burning ….well as the world can see you did your thing , with @westsydelifestyle you made a mark ,an imprint that would never be forgotten. It’s sad we lost you but your stubborn self ensured it was a day we are forced NEVER to forget ,a day set aside world wide for the celebration of what we all stand for . Every year this day would always remind us of your energy . I regret not calling you a few days ago when my heart kept longing to reach out …It tears me apart ….! Your life is a message and your leaving is a greater lesson. I pray that as you have impacted in life so shall you more in death as this will change a lot in our industry and create an atmosphere where we should care and love each other better . Some people may wonder why now ? Why so much noise about her now ? Some may think “na when she die dem talk about am ? But for me I am glad , as you have always been celebrated in life and it’s more powerful to be celebrated in death too …a lot have died and we heard nothing , no one knows them nor remembers them ….the painful thing is you don’t get to see for your self how much impact you LOVE DIVINE have on so many beyond your wildest dreams . You will always remain @westsydelifestyle 1ST LADY Now you are where you can wear your crown 👑 no contest ! Oya LD … Gbese kpakujemu shakushaku And shadia all the way and REST in PEACE GRACE POWER AND RYTHM . @picturekodak A DANCE QUEEN ADIEU 🙏🙏🙏🙏
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Zlatan also made a tribute song for the dancer and wrote;

“@picturekodak to think I was still with you two days ago discussing your impact of dance and the Afrobeat world at large.

“This sad news got to me and I can’t quite place it because you still got so much to offer the world with your dance. I remember the first time we met at the video shoot of my breakout song ‘My body’ ft Olamide, you appeared to be this short energetic girl with so much beautiful soul while dancing.

“The world can be a cruel and beautiful place at the same time and I’m glad to share the beautiful part with you (Love Divine) Kodak.

“Heaven watch over you, you left a mark in the Nigerian dance scene and the Afro world at large,” he concluded.

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