Nigerian video vixen Love-Divine (LD) popularly known as Kodak Picture was electrocuted last night in Clarence Peter’s Omole residence and the news came as a saddening shock to many Nigerians who have watched the energetic singer grace their TV screens.
Kodak who was very active on social media hitherto her death was working on a project with popular director Clarence Peter.
However, many celebrities and Nigerians started paying tribute to her; here are the reactions below
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Death!!!! Your sting. I woke up this morning to go about my day only to hear of Love Divines passing. And I just keep asking Whyyyy? A young lady, passionate about dance,doing something legal just gone in a Flash. I Hate to post about Sad things but sadness is something we must all experience at one point or the other in life and This one Painnnnn meeee gannnnnnn. I wasn’t friends with her, I’d worked with her Just once but you see she had such a strong,fierce,energetic,Happy Force around her with her Red hair and you couldn’t help but like her. I never saw her frown or complain. I’ve watched her in So many Videos and each time I see her I smile cos you could feel her energy from the screen. Now she’s gone, she’s left the worries of this world, she’s gone to Dance with angels. She’s a legend and will be remembered by many. I am low key waiting to hear that this is fake news and that she’s alright. Fam please say a prayer for Love Divine. May her soul Rest In Peace, Amen.
A post shared by Bisola Aiyeola (@iambisola) on Apr 30, 2020 at 12:54am PDT
Same Kodak that did a video with Poco lee 5 days back.. This Life
Rest In Peace Picture Kodak pic.twitter.com/kPcuUzUvQY
— Semako’s Palace (@semako_pr) April 30, 2020
How will this girl explain to God how she died?
— Duke of Afrika! (@Don_uchee) April 30, 2020
I hear a famous dancer and video vixen called Kodak is dead. This is quite sad news.
Even more sad that she died from electrocution while trying to charge her phone. Heartbreaking.
Really sad stuff.
This life can be short, fickle and sad.
RIP to her.
— #OurFavOnlineDoc (@DrOlufunmilayo) April 30, 2020
— your_favourite_nerdygirl (@EvaIgbinosa) April 30, 2020
Charging our phones is now a blessing just discovered
Discovered a very sad way
Rest Easy Kodak pic.twitter.com/yNP5z91xU0
— SMALL JAGABAN (@__tommyk_) April 30, 2020
Rest in power Kodak you made me love dancing more
Forever loved pic.twitter.com/Kpl8set3IX
— Alexander (@AlexRaein) April 30, 2020