- Veteran comedian Kinta Da Drunk has just lost his beloved father
- The entertainer shared the heartbreaking news with fans on Instagram
- Condolence messages have poured in for Klint from his colleagues and fans
It is indeed a trying period for veteran comedian Afamefuna Klint Igwemba popularly known as Klint Da Drunk, who has just lost his beloved father to the cold hands of death.
The celebrated comic star shared the heartbreaking news of his dad’s passing with fans and followers on Instagram on Friday, August 7.
Klint in his post lamented the passing of his old man as he noted that he will be thoroughly missed.
He also posted a dark photo on his page symbolizing his state of mourning.
Sharing the post, the entertainer said: "Oh death, where is thine sting? Oh grave, where is thine victory? Can't believe I just lost you DADDY!!!Good Night Daddy. Rest in The Lord's Bosom. I miss you so much already. May your lovely and gentle Soul rest in perfect peace! AMEN!"
See the post below:
Upon sharing the sad news, fans and colleagues in the comedy industry were spotted sympathizing with him in the comment section.
Read some of the condolence messages below:
okonlagos: "Hmmm!... take heart brother."
talk2raw: "Chai! ..... nwanne sorry o! May his soul RIP."
bellokreb: "Be strong boss."
debdesire: "Be strong in times like, May God comfort u and ur family. My condolences to you."
onyinye_white: "Chaiii, it’s well bro, may his soul Rest In Peace Amen."
feliosmor: "Please accept my sincere condolences. May the God of all comfort and peace, grant you and your family the wisdom and strength to go through this trialsome period. Trust in the Resurrection Hope.(John 5:28, 29)."
In a similar story, YEN.com.gh previously gathered the report of Nollywood actress Toyin Adegbola aka Ajoke Ashewo, who shared the sad news of her mother’s passing with fans in the online community.
The actress also posted photos and videos from the funeral ceremony of her deceased mother. Adegbola prayed for her to keep resting on and should also endeavour to reconnect with members of their families that have also passed on.
Source: Yen News