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Home Bizzare News Popular "Slay Queen" Akosua Barbie dies aged 24 | Harmattan Gh

Popular “Slay Queen” Akosua Barbie dies aged 24 | Harmattan Gh

Social media is inundated with the sudden demise of Akosua Barbie as she’s known.

Information available to Harmattangh.com indicates she was I’ll for sometime now. The 24 year old’s death comes very hurtful to friends and families.

More to follow…..

Another soul is gone Akosua Barbie Rest well#RIP Barbie

Posted by Ödi Śikã on Monday, September 9, 2019

Akosua Barbie Rest Well 💔😢!May your Gentle Soul Rest in Peace😪😭

Posted by Ahbenah Cyrus on Monday, September 9, 2019

You see how you all are posting Akosua Barbie pics as if today is her birthday? If today were to be her birthday, I…

Posted by Chin Kudi on Monday, September 9, 2019

Akosua Barbie rest well dear 💔💔😭😭

Posted by Elantra Queen on Monday, September 9, 2019

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