- Broadcaster KOD has revealed that Juniour US’s death was caused by women
- He said the deceased had invited the ladies who also came with armed robbers to kill him
- Junior, before the invitation, had flaunted bundles of dollars on social media
Ace broadcaster Kofi Okyere Darko, popularly known as KOD, has revealed the cause of Shatta Wale’s friend, Junior US’s death.
According to a post he made on Snapchat and sighted by YEN.com.gh, Junior US was killed by armed robbers who had invaded his house with some ladies he had invited.
Junior US, according to KOD, had invited the ladies, perhaps, his girlfriends, to have fun with.
This was hours after he had flaunted bundles of dollars and a gun on Instagram.
But the girls, having their own intention employed the services of the armed robbers and went with them.
Perhaps, in a bid to get the money he had flaunted on social media, they went with the robbers to get rid of Junior US.
KOD wrote: “People make wild so if you don’t have tight security don’t post money you can’t protect.”
“RIP junior, those shooters will all get arrested, make you never trust AKATA girls. Junior called girls to come over and they came with shooter. Hmmmmm women.”
Meanwhile, since the death of Junior US, there have been many allegations flying all over, with some people accusing musician Showboy.
According to earlier reports, Junior, before his death, went viral in a video saying that if he ever died, Showboy should be held responsible.
The two had earlier had a grudge in which Showboy stabbed the deceased but he did not die.
As a result, Showboy is now serving a 6-year jail term in the US.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, a video of Junior has been published in which he called on people to hold Showboy accountable if he died because he threatened to let his boys kill him if he was ever jailed.
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