Singer, Chuddy K loses wife to cancer
Nigerian musician, Chukwudi Ken Agali, known professionally known as Chuddy K, has lost his wife, Rachael to cancer.
He announced the sad news via his official Instagram page on Saturday, January 28 as he noted that she fought hard for her life.
The singer shared a photo of his wife, and added that he chose not to believe that his wife died of cancer but that God called her.
He wrote, “My queen is gone. I can’t believe am typing this. Never imagined a day like this would come so early. You fought hard for you life.
You did not die of cancer. God called you cus he loves you more than I do. RIP Racheal my love.”
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In other news, rapper Eedris Abdulkareem, has said he was shocked when his wife, Yetunde, offered to donate her kidney when he fell ill.
He said that she made the offer during one of their consultations at the hospital after he was diagnosed with kidney failure.
Speaking in an interview on TVC’s Entertainment Splash, Eedris recounted his battle with kidney failure for years and noted that he asked the doctor if the hospital could source for the kidney, but he was informed it had to be a family member.
The musician who dedicated a song to his wife titled, ‘Thank You’, also said that even before she gave her kidney to him, he had always known that she could do anything for him.
He said during a chat with The Punch; “I had always known that she could do anything for me; just like she knows that I can do anything for her. It has always been that way with us.”
Abdulkareem further said he had earlier on released a song to appreciate his Yetunde.
He said, “There are a lot of ways I have been showing my jewel of inestimable value my unalloyed appreciation for what she has done for me, and I will never get tired of doing that. She is the most awesome person alive. She is actually my Siamese twin and our bond is unbreakable.
“Making a special song for her is one of those things I am doing to thank her, though this is not the first song I have dedicated to her ‘royal loveliness’.”
Urging people to marry for love and not for other reasons, the ‘Mr Lecturer’ singer said; “While coming up in the industry as a young guy, I had the option of marrying for more money and high society connections. But, I refused to be a gold digger and clout chaser, and instead diligently worked and prayed for my own soul mate. The day I saw her, I knew immediately that I had found my missing rib. My advice to young people out there is that they should marry for love; not any other thing.”