Some Ghanaian musicians were among well-wishers and family members who thronged the Achimota Cemetery in Accra for the burial of rapper Ghetto KB. Among these musicians were Samini, Obrafour and Kaakie.
The remains of the late Ghanaian rapper, Ghetto KB, known in real life as Kwabena Buahen, was laid to rest Saturday.
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.
Popularly known for the song, ‘One Night Stand’, Ghetto KB died on his way to the 37 Military Hospital in Accra for medical attention.
The rapper is said to have died from a “bilateral massive pulmonary embolism” (the blockage of the main artery of the lung or one of its branches by a substance that has travelled from elsewhere in the body through the bloodstream).
Signed to Xtra Large Music while alive, Ghetto KB worked and recorded songs with Obrafour, Kaakie and Samini.
He is also known for songs like ‘African Name’ by Sway, ‘Radio’, ‘No Other Love’, ‘Bills on Me’, and ‘Number One’.