Rapper Costa Titch, age 28, “collapsed on stage” at a concert and died. The South African musician, Costa Tsobanoglou, appeared onstage at Johannesburg’s Nasrec Exhibition Centre on Saturday as part of the Ultra South Africa festival (11 March).
As previously reported, family members confirmed on Instagram that Tsobanoglou had passed away shortly after collapsing on stage during his performance. “Death has sadly knocked at our door, robbing us of our dear son, brother, and grandson Constantinos Tsobanoglou,” they said in a statement. Our hearts break at the thought of saying goodbye to him now.
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They continued, “We are grateful for the emergency responders and all those who were there in his final hours on earth. We are a family going through a tough time and would appreciate some space and privacy while trying to understand what happened to us. Thank you for all the love and support you’ve given our kid, and may you continue to do so, even if only in spirit, from the Tsobanoglou family.
Costa Titch Cause Of Death
There was no mention of a fatal event. Tsobanoglou, also born in Nelspruit, started as a dancer but eventually shifted his focus to rap. He was well-known for his ability to blend traditional South African culture with trap beats while performing in the renowned amapiano style. In 2021, his tune “Big Flexa” became an internet sensation after being uploaded to the video-sharing platform TikTok. Later, a remix of the song starring Akon was released. Adam Beyer, Alesso, Fisher, Oliver Heldens, and Timmy were some of the headliners at Ultra South Africa.
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