The most trending issue on Ghanaian social media this has been the untimely death of Kumawood actor and makeup artist Abass Nurudeen aka Blinkz.
Reports were rife on the afternoon of Wednesday, November 7, that Abass had died after being stabbed in a brawl.
The police in Kumasi later confirmed the death of the well-built actor who was popular for his roles as a 'thug' in many Kumawood movies revealing he died while trying to save his boss' wife.
Being a Muslim, Blinkz was to be buried as early as possible. He thus was laid to rest on Thursday November 8.
A video from the burial ceremony of the late actor reveals a very heartbreaking atmosphere.
In the video sighed by YEN.com.gh, it was sad spectacle to behold as Blinkz's mother and a woman said to be his wife broke down in tears while bidding him farewell.
Speaking in the video, Blinkz mother disclosed that the death of her son has come as huge shock to her.
According to the bereaved mother, she was in the north when she got a call from one radio presenter narrating the whole incident to her but she never believed it till her daughter called her from Accra to confirm the news.
As earlier reported, a host of Kumwood stars led by Bill Asamoah visited the family right before the burial and many of them could not hold back their tears.
Meanwhile, one of the suspects alleged to have stabbed Blinkz to death has been arrested.
The suspect, Sumaila Tijani, as earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, was arrested at Atimatim in the Tafo-Pankrono Municipality.
According to sources at the Ashanti Regional Police Command has confirmed that Tijani was arrested at a hideout.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh had published similar sad photos of slay queens at the one-week observance of their colleague, Charlotte Abena Woodey.
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