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South African Musician Costa Titch Collapses and Dies Whilst Performing on Stage

south african musician costa titch collapses and dies whilst performing on stage

south african musician costa titch collapses and dies whilst performing on stage

South Africa has been hit with another tragedy with musician Costa Titch slumping and suddenly dying whilst performing on stage

The musician, whose real name is Costa Tsobanoglou, was seen in a video that has surfaced on social media. In the video the musician was performing during the Ultra music festival on Saturday, 11 March 2023 and suddenly collapsed and reportedly died.

This is the second tragic event following rapper AKA’s gruesome murder on the street of South Africa.

Social media users have reacted to the sad incidence with some users relating his demise to compatriot AKA who was gruesomely shot and killed, being the second unfortunate event that has shaken the country.

Some Reactions on Social Media About Costa Titch’s Death

social media reacts to the tragic news

social media reacts to the tragic news

social meida reaction

social meida reaction

Costa Titch a musician and dancer was born in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga in 1995. He has produced a couple of hit songs which include ‘Nkalakatha’ and ‘Activate’ and loved by many South Africans with his top-notch stage performance.

The news of Costa Titch’s death has been trending for the past couple of hours. Many believe South African music fraternity has experience bad events as some big names in music sympathize with family of the deceased.





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