- DKB has shared his opinion following the death of YouTube star, Nicole Thea
- The comedian opined that evil forces are waiting in search of souls to attack
- Nicole Thea, 24, died along with her unborn baby in the UK
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Award-winning Ghanaian comedian, social media influencer, and actor, Derick Kobina Bonney, known widely as DKB, has sent a word of caution to women following the death of Nicole Thea.
DKB, in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, took a strong swipe at the late YouTube and Instagram dancing star, Nicole Thea, who died alongside her unborn baby in the United Kingdom.
According to the popular comedian, the sensational 24-year-old lady's demise should serve as a warning and lesson to ladies, especially the pregnant ones, who are in the habit of flaunting their unborn babies even before they give birth.
DKB took to his Twitter handle and after retweeting a message of condolence to the late Thea asking that her soul finds rest, went on to sound a word of caution to all women.
His post on Twitter read:
“You display your pregnancy so much, you think principalities and witches would not attack you? RIP dear, other girls learn your lesson. There are spiritual forces roaming and looking for victims."
DKB’s comments come on the back of Nicole Thea’s death after the star dancer flaunted her pregnancy photos on social media and was seen dancing with her boyfriend, Boga.
The comedian was advocating for pregnant women to keep their pregnancy a secret until it was good for them to tell the whole world.
Nicole passed away in the United Kingdom with her unborn son she had pre-named, Reign. The cause of her death is not yet known.
The dancer’s mum took to her daughter’s Instagram page to announce the unfortunate news to her fans and followers. Nicole was 24 years old when she died and it is reported that she was just weeks away from giving birth.
Moving away from tragedy and focusing on celebration, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that multiple award-winning Ghanaian gospel singer, Ohemaa Mercy, wowed her fans and followers by posting photos of her first child and son, Kelvin Twum-Ampofo, on social media.
In a Facebook post sighted by YEN.com.gh, the singer took time off her busy schedule to eulogise her son to the admiration of her teeming followers.
The young man, who was celebrating his birthday on 11 July, was described as a 'king' by his mother who appeared to be so proud of him for all he has achieved so far.
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