Boyfriend of Nicole Thea speaks after he buried her and their son

Boyfriend of Nicole Thea speaks after he buried her and their son

- The boyfriend of Nicole Thea has spoken after he buried her and their unborn son

- He was seen in a photo kneeling beside the coffin of Nicole before her mortal remains were buried

- Nicole and her son, Thea, died some months ago and were buries today, September 5, 2020

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The boyfriend of late 24-year-old Nicole Thea, Global Boga, known in real life as Jeffrey Frimpong, has eulogised her and their unborn son on the day of their burial.

Global Boga took to his social media handle to say some final words to his dearly departed girlfriend and their unborn son, Reign.

In the post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram page of the Ghanaian dancer and rapper, he said he was going to keep going to Nicole's tombstone for a long time to come.

Boyfriend of Nicole Thea speaks after he buried her and their son

Nicole Thea and Global Boga. Source: Instagram
Source: Instagram

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He wrote:

"24 hours no shower 2 hours sleep I’m back here to your bedstone. I can do this forever, but I know YOU WANT ME TO COMPLETE OUR MISSIONS. STAYING IN MY HEART FOREVER IS MY NO.1 Mission. The rest can be done later. #REIGNTHEA FOREVER"

Global Boga however added that even though he did not mind spending all his days at Nicole's bedstone, he was of the conviction that she would not be happy with it.

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He said he would rather ensure that he completes all the missions they had planned together and added that the duo was going to stay in his heart forever.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the final funeral rite of late 24-year-old Ghanaian YouTube influencer, Nicole Thea and her son Reign was held today, September 5, 2020, in the United Kingdom.

In videos sighted by YEN.com.gh, a hearse was seen been led by some people in a slow march to the church where the funeral was to be held.

The hearse was followed by the attendees of the solemn ceremony who were all seen wearing a touch of pink - which was a request made by the family of Nicole as a dress code.

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Another video sighted by YEN.com.gh saw the coffin of Nicole Thea which looked more like a woven wooden basket, being carried out of the church after the service was held.

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Source: Yen Newspaper

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