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Management mourns loss of beloved blogger in tragic accident involving musicians, KK Fosu and Bless

The Management of Beenie Words has expressed profound grief over the untimely death of their esteemed blogger, John Claude Tamakloe, who perished in a devastating car accident involving celebrated Highlife musicians KK Fosu and Bless.

In a heartfelt statement released on Monday, May 27, Beenie Words management conveyed their deep sorrow and extended their condolences to Tamakloe’s family.

Tamakloe, a dedicated and integral part of the team, served as an editor, publicist, and co-talent manager with Beenie Words for over a decade.

“He was a hardworking, selfless, and ingenious team player we will forever miss—he has left a huge vacuum in our hearts. We’re gutted by his absence already,” the statement read.

“We commiserate with his family who are going through a very challenging time due to his death.”

The statement also requested privacy for Tamakloe’s family as they navigate this difficult period and make arrangements for his funeral.

The fatal accident occurred on May 25 on the Accra-Apam highway.

KK Fosu and Bless, known for the hit song ‘ChoCho mu Cho,’ were en route to perform at a wedding ceremony when their Toyota Camry collided head-on with a Benz car.

The collision happened as the Benz attempted to overtake another vehicle.

John Claude Tamakloe, accompanying Bless as his videographer, was killed instantly in the crash.

Bless sustained severe injuries, including a fractured leg, and is currently in critical condition.

KK Fosu also suffered injuries and is under medical observation.

The tragic incident has sent shockwaves through the entertainment community, with many expressing their condolences and support for the families and friends of those involved.

This loss is deeply felt by the team at Beenie Words, who remember Tamakloe not only for his professional contributions but also for his character and dedication.

Further updates on Bless and KK Fosu’s conditions, as well as funeral arrangements for Tamakloe, will be communicated in due course.

Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith



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