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Who was Ahoufe? TikTok star known as Ghanaian Tupac dies hours after 16-hour livestreaming

Ghana-based TikTok star Ahoufe Abrantie died on Walk 30 at his loft in Kumasi. He was prominently known as Tupac. He was doing a live video on TikTok before his passing.

Different media sources, including Yen News, affirmed the insight about his destruction. A reason for death has not been uncovered at this point, yet there have been a couple of reports of him biting the dust from a short undisclosed sickness.

Jay Bhad, Kumasi-based rapper and individual from the Asakaa Young men, posted a video of Ahuofe on Twitter with the inscription:

Famous money manager and social liberties advocate Modupe Jessica Bewaji likewise communicated her sorrow on Facebook by posting a montage of three pictures including Ahoufe Abrantie and composing:

“I just began watching his recordings like 3 days prior yet the person is truly entertaining! In his recordings, he is continuously behaving like Tupac and continuously playing his tunes. May his spirit Find happiness in the hereafter. Ghanaian ‘Tupac’ TikToker, Ahuofe, Is Dead.”Ahoufe Abrantie was a notable character on TikTok

Abrantie was a well known face in Africa and was clean-cut with silver studs on his ears. Despite the fact that his face was like Shakur, he kept a mustache and a little goatee. He likewise used to wear a nose ring close by drap chains on his neck and a red handkerchief tied in a tangle on his temple.

Indeed, even his way of recording recordings parading his uncovered middle was a great deal like Tupac’s.

Abrantie effectively gathered around 3.9 million devotees on TikTok, where he posted around 217 recordings, all of which got in excess of 30 million perspectives.

He began his TikTok profession in 2020 with brief recordings and gradually earned respect for his silly content that regularly highlighted his loved ones.

Abrantie was additionally dynamic on Instagram, with around 611,000 devotees and 549 posts that generally included his TikTok recordings. He turned into a famous face via online entertainment stages a couple of months prior.

Ahoufe’s genuine name was Nana Adjei Boateng, and he was born on May 9, 2000. The Kumasi, Ghana local was brought up in the Ashanti District and selected at Osei Tutu Senior Secondary School. He then sought after his graduation in Political Theory at the College of Ghana, Legon.

In spite of the fact that he was a well known character, uncovered nothing about his own life, and it stays obscure in the event that he was sincerely connected to anybody before his passing.

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