Do Not Cry When You Hear I Am Dead – Reggie Zippy To Ghanaians As He Contemplates Suicide To Join “Mother In Heaven

Reggie Zippy of Reggie ‘n’ Bollie has said that we should not cry for him when we hear he has passed away

Reggie Zippy currently morning the death of his mother who passed on a month ago

Reggie Zippy, clearly a grieving man is looking forward to joining his mother soon in heaven as he took to social media to make some comments which has got fans sad and worried

He wrote; “When you hear that Reggiezippy is dead please don’t cry, I am just havig a good time with my mother in heaven. Thank you all for loving us, we love you all”

His comments has left fear in the hearts of his fans as many fear he might be contemplating ending his own life to join his mother

His post has invited a lot of comments from fans and other celebrities urging him to stay strong

Gloria Osarfo is one celebrity who has urged the young musician to say strong in his time of adversity

She had this to say in the comments section; “Oh come on bro,,,please be strong for your lovely family. They need you please. It is well ok, it is.

That is very nice of Gloria

Reggie ‘n’ Bollie (formerly Menn on Poinnt) are a Ghanaian music duo consisting of Reggie Zippy and Bollie Babeface. They formed in 2012 and are best known for finishing as runners-up on the twelfth series of The X factor UK in 2015.

Reggie ‘n’ Bollie are Reggie Zippy (born Reginald Ainooson, 16 July 1984) and Bollie Babeface (born Ishmael Hamid, 2 July 1986). “Bollie” is an acronym of “Best of Lyrical Lines in Entertainment”.

They have been living in the UK with their families since 2010. Reggie released three songs in 2006 called “Virgin”, “4 Sale” and “Adoma”. In 2004, Bollie also had a hit called “You May Kiss the Bride”, which is popular at weddings. In 2017, they were guest presenters for the CBBC music show, The Playlist.

In August 2021, Reggie Zippy lost his mum

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