Nigerian rapper Zumzy dies moments after posting “Had too much potential, good night world”

May 6, 2021
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Nigerian rapper, Michael Ozumba Uchemba, popularly known as Zumzy Brown, has died after suffering an asthmatic attack.

Zumzy was said to have died moments after posting, “Had too much potential. Good night world“, on his WhatsApp status.

The deceased a 300 level student of Political Science at the Veritas University, Abuja, was rushed to Wuse General Hospital on Tuesday, May 4th, after the attack but didn’t survive it.

There are also screenshots of messages purported to be from him to his girlfriend. In the alleged chat, Zumzy declared his love for her and asking her to forgive him if he’s ever worried her.

Family and friends have since taken to social media to mourn his demise.

A friend of the deceased, @Chizobam Anaele wrote,

“Rest in peace Zumzy brown. He said, he had 2 much potential. And he said Good night world, He also texted his girlfriend he said good night love of my life, Favour take heart. Veritas university of Abuja students’ will never forget you. Sleep well . Our singer”

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