The glitz and glamour of celebrity life has made them appear unfeeling and tough to a number of fans. However things are not always as they seem as some popular personalities have shown their human side on several occasions. International rapper, Aubrey Graham, popularly called Drake, has been left distraught at the news of the death of one of his loyal fans. The young girl, identified as Kay, passed away recently after suffering from an undisclosed illness. Drake had met her through the Make a Wish Foundation, an organisation created to cater for people suffering health challenges.
The rapper dedicated an Instagram post to her where he revealed that he is in so much pain and full of regret for not responding to her birthday text. He also recounted how he and her father had prayed for her recovery at the hospital. “Gonna miss you a whole lot. We met through make a wish and we built a genuine bond you would text me and check on me while I was on tour and tell me positive things and share your dreams and goals. I am crying in this pic but it was tears of joy cause we just prayed for you with your father. “I am sorry I missed your text on my birthday that’s eating my soul right now but you know how much I loved you and was looking forward to seeing you after tour. I don’t know why I am writing this on IG I just need to get it out cause it’s sitting heavy on my heart. Will remember you forever K! @the.kaydiaries.”
earlier reported that Chukwuemeka Odumegbu Ojukwu’s first son, recently died at the age of 62. Chief Sylvester Debe Ojukwu, the first son of the Biafran warlord, late Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu, has been reported dead, The Nigerian Tribune reports. Debe died at age 62 in Lagos state in the night of Friday, November 2, after a short stay in hospital.