Ahoufe Abrantie, the Ghanaian skit-maker popularly called ‘Tupac’, has died.


JayBahd, the Ghanaian musician, announced Ahoufe’s death in a social media post on Thursday.

Life too short rest well Ahoufe. U gonna be miss 4ever,” he wrote. 

Prior to JayBahd’s announcement, a Biblical, yet ominous message was earlier shared on his Instagram page insinuating he has “left the body and gone home to with the Lord”.


“So we are always confident, because we know that while we are living in the body, we are away from our home with the Lord. We live by faith and not by sight,” the post read.

“We are confident, and we would prefer to leave the body and to be at home with the Lord. 2 CORINTHIANS 5:6-8.”

Some of his followers however argued that it was a prank.



It was gathered that Ahoufe died at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Ghana on Thursday.

He was also said to have been battling an undisclosed sickness before his demise.

Ahoufe was famous for his gesture and uncanny resemblance with Tupac, the late American rapper.

His death also came as a rude shock to some of his followers. This was due to the fact that he was on a live session a day ago.


Some users also took to Twitter to pay tributes to him.


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