Nigerians mourn video vixen, Picture Kodak, who died from electrocution

Popular video vixen, Picture Kodak, has died after being electrocuted while charging her phone. 

The video vixen reportedly died in the late hours of Wednesday, 29 April while charging her phone at a video director’s house. She was reportedly rushed to a hospital in Omole Estate but was confirmed dead.

Several singers have since shared tributes to her, with Olamide writing: “Rest up Kodak”.

Popular dancer, Poco Lee, also shared a picture of himself with the dancer and wrote: “We lost A Legend in the Dance Industry & Nigeria at large….Forever in our Hearts #restinpeacepicturekodak”

Singer, Terri shared a tribute to her on Twitter, writing: I pray that your soul rests well Kodak, I can’t belive I’m typing this, thank you for working with me, I’m goin to cherish it even more now cause it can never happen again. This hurt me for real.This is goin to be hard for us but we wil stay strong for you.”

Rapper, Blaq Bonez also shared his experience working with her while mourning her death. He wrote:

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


“I will always remember you for the amazing person that you were, you brought life to everything you touched, it’s too hard for me to grasp the concept of your death but I hope you’re in a better place”

Nigerians took to Twitter to mourn the dancer, with many lamenting the fact that she was online on Instagram only a few minutes before her death. See some reactions below:

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