Costa Titch has died. If you’re shocked by the news that Costa Titch has died, and are wondering what happened to Costa Titch, and how you can help, there are all the answers right here. The article below contains the latest on Costa Titch’s passing.
Costa Titch has passed away
Costa Titch, a South African rapper, died shortly after collapsing while performing at a concert. At the time of his death, he was only 28 years old.
In an Instagram post, his family shared with the rapper’s page Sunday: “Death tragically knocked on our door.” We have been robbed of our son, brother, grandson. Constantinos Tsobanoglou (28) was a South African idol who South Africa loved and idolized under the stage name “Costa Titch.” “We are forced to admit his death with deep sorrow.”
Costa Titch was who?
Costa Titch was a South African rapper/songwriter. He gained fame for his unique blend of South African sounds and hip-hop beats. Costa Tsobanoglou was his real name and he was born in Nelspruit (Mpumalanga) on October 14, 1995. He is best known for his hit songs “Nkalakatha”, and “Durban Poison”. He has also collaborated with artists like Riky Rick, Cassper Nyovest, and AKA.
Costa Titch: What happened?
According to his family’s Instagram post, Costa Titch, a rapper, died this weekend following a fall at a Johannesburg music festival on Saturday.
The family has not yet provided any specific cause of death.
Titch performed at the Ultra South Africa music festival in Johannesburg on Saturday. Social media videos show Titch temporarily losing consciousness and getting up to perform again, before staff rush to his aid.
What was the Cause of Costa Titch Death?
According to sources, Costa Titch, a South African rapper and composer, died at a Johannesburg music festival. It was a sad end to an amazing musical performance. The 27-year old died on stage after he performed one of his songs. After a short time, he stood up and resumed his performance before he died. As of yet, there has been no official confirmation of his passing.
The family did not disclose the cause of death.