Goldie Harvey, Nigeria’s singer and former Big Brother Africa (BBA) housemate is dead.
Former Nigerian Big Brother Africa (BBA) housemate and singer, Goldie Harvey is dead…
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According to media reports, Goldie, 31 died Thursday after shortly after arriving in Lagos from Los Angeles, USA where she went to witness the Grammy Award.
Her management team Kennis Music, confirmed the singer’s death in a statement.
The statement said Goldie had complained of a severe headache at her Park View residence shortly after her arrival. She was rushed to her official hospital, Reddington, Victoria Islands-Lagos where doctors pronounced her dead on arrival.
“We consider this period a gloomy moment for us and the entire Nigerian music industry in view of the circumstance Goldie passed away, the abundance of talent she has exhibited in her but eventful music career and the various opportunities her trip to the USA would have availed her,” said the statement.
Meanwhile, her body is being preserved at the mortuary of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital in Lagos, awaiting burial whose details will be announced later by the family.
Goldie was in the BBA which had Malawi’s cousins Alinafe and Watipaso Kulemeka.Wati could not be reached while Nafe expressed sadness over her Goldie’s death.
Soon after eviction from BBA competition, Goldie hinted she would visit Malawi and work on some songs with the country’s former housemate Lomwe.
In the big brother house, Goldie was in a steamy relationship with Kenya’s Prezzo and the two even hinted on getting married.
The Nigerian singer was part of the celebrities that formed Upville in the early stages. They were seven in total and they included Namibia’s Lady May, Barbz, Prezzo and Zambia’s Mampi.