Baby Ayisha: Ghanaian slay queen painfully dies; photos stir heart-breaking reactions

Baby Ayisha: Ghanaian slay queen painfully dies; photos stir heart-breaking reactions

- Popular Ghanaian slay queen Baby Ayisha has reportedly passed away

- She reportedly died on Tuesday, May 26, 2020, after battling diabetes and a boil in her breast

- Baby Ayisha's demise has erupted heart-breaking reactions from friends and loved ones

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The death of Baby Ayisha, a popular plus-size lady who gained massive traction on social media after she splashed images of her heavy chest online has evoked massive reactions.

According to reports making rounds on social media, she passed away due to a breast-related disease.

Ayisha struggled with diabetes and her ill health was compounded by a boil in her breast.

While YEN.com.gh cannot independently verify the report, unfolding developments details that the boil recently grew in her breast.

The vibrant lady with a spirit full of life reportedly underwent surgery to have it removed but did not survive.

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Baby Ayisha: Curvy Ghanaians slay queen painfully dies; photos stir heart-breaking reactions

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Ayisha reportedly passed away on Tuesday, May 26, 2020, just weeks after flaunting her breast on social media.

Baby Ayisha: Curvy Ghanaians slay queen painfully dies; photos stir heart-breaking reactions

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Some of her friends on Facebook have shared heart-breaking tributes following news of her demise.

Mave DaLove said: ''OMG, this is very sad. Rest well Obaapa.''

''Goodness, when did this happen. RIP,'' Janet Obayaa said.

''I can't believe you were all happy some few weeks ago. Truly sad,'' Daniel wrote.

Markvee simply wrote: ''RIP.''

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