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Kenyan Superstars raise questions about the death of Instagram model Aziza

by Paul Nyongesa
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The sudden and shocking death of Instagram sensation Aziza Frisby has left the internet reeling, with prominent figures like Willy Paul and Vera Sidika expressing their disbelief and raising questions about the circumstances surrounding her demise.

Willy Paul, who had known Aziza for over five years, took to social media to express his utter shock and mourn her passing. His post, filled with incredulity, questioned the series of untimely deaths that have been occurring recently. His words echoed the sentiments of many who were struggling to come to terms with the loss of a vibrant young woman.

Furthermore, Willy Paul’s introduction of Aziza to his fans in 2017 had raised speculations about their relationship, adding another layer of complexity to the news of her passing. This personal connection made her death even more poignant for those who followed their interactions on social media.

Vera Sidika, another prominent personality, joined the chorus of mourners but went a step further by expressing her suspicion about the circumstances leading to Aziza’s death.

In a series of emotional Insta Stories, Vera not only expressed her disbelief but also hinted at possible foul play.

I can promise you one thing. That girl’s star is toooooo bright they couldn’t take it anymore. They had to finish her!!! And we will get to the bottom of this. Jealously everywhere. I know for sure what that city has turned into. U can’t trust nobody,” Vera Sidika wrote.

According to her, Aziza’s radiant star might have attracted jealousy, leading to nefarious actions that cut her life short.

You born a superstar. Star so bright it got people pressed. But God knows best. One thing for sure, no rest for the wicked. R.I.P my baby,” Vera wrote in another post.

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