Kenyan musicians mourn singer who went to sleep and never woke up
The Kenyan entertainment industry is in mourning following the death of a budding musician who died suddenly on Monday night.
Tributes have been flowing on social media for singer and guitarist, who is reported to have gone to sleep and never woke up.
According to a post that was shared on Tuesday on social media, Cee went out on Monday night to a local pub with some his two brothers and some cousins.
After a few drinks he said he was feeling a little dizzy and tired and opted to go and rest in his brother’s car.
That was the last time they ever spoke to him. His brother thought he had passed out and they decided to carry him home and let him rest.
But when he did not wake up the on Tuesday morning they suspected something was wrong and tried to pour cold water on his face but he was still unresponsive.
They rushed him to Langata Hospital where he was put on a drip before he was transferred to St Mary Hospital where he was put on oxygen. He was later pronounced dead by doctors.
Cee frequently worked with Sauti Sol guitarist Polycarp Otieno, better known as Fancy Fingers. He did a cover of Elani’s song Zuzu and also shared the stage with Dela among other musicians in Kenya.