Ahuofe 2pac’s manager posted new video of him saying; “Thanks be to God” on TikTok

By | March 31, 2023

Sad news has hit the Ghanaian internet community as reports have emerged that viral internet sensation, Ahoufe 2pac, has passed away. Ahoufe 2pac, whose real name is known as Sir Solomon, had reportedly been battling an undisclosed illness for a while before his untimely demise. However, the real cause of death was later confirmed by the popular Ghanaian TikTok star’s manager, who revealed that he was poisoned.

The news of Ahoufe 2pac’s passing has sent shockwaves across social media, with many of his fans and followers expressing their condolences and mourning his loss. Ahoufe 2pac had gained a massive following on TikTok, where his humorous and entertaining videos had amassed over 4.2 million followers on his official account, @ahoufe_.

Ahuofe 2pac's manager posted new video of him saying; "Thanks be to God" on TikTok

Until his death, Ahoufe 2pac was based in Kumasi, in the Ashanti region of Ghana, where he had become a household name for his unique brand of comedy and entertainment. On the 29th of March, 2023, he had even gone live on TikTok and made some posts, leaving his fans with fond memories of his last moments.

Confirming the news of Ahoufe 2pac’s death, his manager posted a video on social media on the 31st of March, where Ahoufe 2pac could be heard saying, “all thanks belong to God.” Although the manager did not caption the video, the comments section was filled with tributes to the late TikTok star, with many expressing their shock and disbelief.

As news of Ahoufe 2pac’s untimely passing continues to spread, his fans and followers are paying tribute to him on social media, sharing his videos and memories of his unique brand of humor and entertainment. The cause of the poisoning that led to his death is yet to be ascertained, but his fans and loved ones are hoping for a thorough investigation into the matter to ensure that justice is served.

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