“The Owners And Organizers Of Ultra Killed Costa Titch”- Nota Baloyi Strikes Again
Controversial music executive Nota Baloyi has set tongues wagging after he made some startling allegations against the owners and organizers of the Ultra South Africa Festival, accusing them of being behind the death of award-winning rapper Costa Titch.
Costa Titch died after collapsing during a performance at the Ultra Music Festival on Saturday night.
Nota is not new to controversy as he has been hogging the headlines lately after accusing a string of people of allegedly being involved in the murder of AKA.
Taking to his Instagram page, Nota advised the Tsobanoglou family to take legal action.
A few days ago, Nota also grabbed the headlines after he was sentenced to 60 days in direct imprisonment for contempt of court. This follows after Nota disregarded a court order obtained by rapper K.O ordering him (Nota) not to share information implicating him in the murder of AKA.
Taking to his Instagram account, Nota wrote:
“The owners and organizers of Ultra killed Costa Titch. The strobe lights triggered an epileptic fit. May his soul rest in peace and his family sues them for wrongful death and his management for negligence. T-EffecT lead 2 of their artists under management to their death in 29 days,” he alleged.
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Following the death of Costa Titch, the organizers of Ultra SA released a statement paying tribute to the late rapper.
Part of the statement read:
“We are devastated by the sudden loss of the beloved South African artist Costa Titch, who tragically passed away this weekend.
“Our deepest thoughts and most sincere sympathies are with his family, friends, and our entire community who are together mourning this heartbreaking loss.”
In a statement, the Tsobanoglou family recently thanked the emergency responders and those who assisted Costa Titch during his final moments.