Before her passing on Wednesday, April 29, popular dancer and video vixen Picture Kodak with history of working with several artists in the music industry shared an energetic video in which she was seen busting moves to a song by indigenous rapper, Zlatan Ibile.
Kodak, currently being mourned on social media following her unfortunate demise, was reportedly electrocuted while trying to charge her mobile device.
It was also alleged that the incidence took place in the home of popular videographer, Clarence Peters.
Kodak’s last video showed her busting dance moves to a song by rapper Zlatan Ibile – PAY ATTENTION:
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Nunu for y’all this quarantine 🙈❤️ _______________________________________ Guys go learn this routine and tag @zlatan_ibile and @picturekodak and make sure you use the #oflalachallenge Anyone who does it exactly wins a price and trust it will be a good one. The price will be announced on @zlatan_ibile page ❤️❤️🙏🏾 ___________________________________________ Song: OF LALA by @zlatan_ibile X @rahman_jago_ X @iam_jamopyper __________________________________________ @chopdaily @nweworldwide @westsydelifestylenews #oflalachallenge #updateyourzanku #pocodance2.0 #staysafe
It is indeed a sad time for the Nigerian entertainment industry following the sad and sudden demise of popular video vixen and dancer Love Divine, popularly known as Picture Kodak.
Kodak had called on her fans and followers to learn the dance routine and stand a chance to win a juicy price. Sadly, the video has now become the last of what fans will see from her.
Since her passing, many music stars who have worked with the young lady have taken to their respective social media pages to mourn her passing.
Rapper Olamide took to his official Instagram page with a photo of the deceased. Similarly, in the spirit of mourning the late entertainer, fellow dancer, Kora Obidi shared a video on her page in which she was seen busting moves with the late dancer.