PHOTOS: Ghetto K.B laid to rest

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11178254_867718116625729_5349718204936731756_nKwabena Buahen aka Ghetto KB who is said to have died from a “bilateral massive pulmonary embolism” was laid to rest Saturday at the Achimota Cemetery.

The rapper, who died on Sunday, March 22, was laid to rest after a funeral and church service at the St. Ignatius Catholic Church, Spintex Accra. The church was also the venue for thanksgiving service on Sunday.

He is also known for songs like ‘African Name’ by Sway, ‘One Night Stand,’ ‘Radio’, ‘No Other Love’, ‘Bills on Me’, and ‘Number One’.

Photos of his burial below; NewsDesk report


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