Loosing a loved one s a loss one never gets over, it becomes even more difficult during their birthdays and anniversaries.
But we always choose to live with beautiful memories.
Below are celebs who have lost siblings and the causes of death.
The Citizen TV reporter lost her deafblind brother who died peacefully after living with the disability for 50 years.
Taking to her social media platform to announce his passing Yvonne wrote
‘I’VE LOST MY BELOVED BROTHER! A FEW YEARS AGO, I GAINED THE COURAGE TO SPEAK ABOUT HIS DISABILITY AND OUR FAMILY’S LONG JOURNEY WITH HIM.
SO MANY OF YOU REACHED OUT TO ME AND WERE KIND AND EMPATHETIC! I THANK YOU.
MY JOURNEY WITH ALBERT OKWARA IS NOW OVER, AT LEAST IN THIS REALM. HE LEFT US AS PEACEFULLY AND AS QUIETLY AS HE LIVED HIS ENTIRE LIFE. MY HEART IS BROKEN, BUT MY MEMORIES ARE FULL.
GOODBYE MY BELOVED ALBERT! FLY WITH THE ANGELS….💔💔
2. Madtraxx and DJ Stylez
Kenyan artiste Madtraxx and his brother DJ Stylez lost their sister in 2017, at the time she was 8 months pregnant.
Neither she nor the baby survived.
Dr Njeri Muigai as she was fondly known was found by her mum sprawled on the bathroom floor unconscious at her house.
She tripped and fell. She was then quickly rushed to the Nairobi Hospital, where she was pronounced dead on arrival.
3. Ben Cyco
Kenyan gospel artist Ben Cyco is the latest celeb to lose a sibling.
The sad thing about the death of Joy Wairuri is that she was so young, optimistic and so full of life.
She died after battling AML (Acute Myeloid Leukemia) which is a type of blood cancer.
She had made such great strides in the recovery journey, we send our condolences to the family.
4. Jose Chameleone
In 2015 Ugandanartiste Jose Chameleone lost his brother also an artiste popularly known as AK47.
According to the Ugandan media, the dancehall artiste was pronounced dead at Nsambya Hospital in Kampala.
Reports suggested that before his death, AK 47 was at a popular nightspot in Kabalagala with friends.
According to Red Pepper online, AK47 fell in the nightspot’s washrooms, where he was later found by friends who rushed him to the hospital.
Kenyan comedian Eric Omondi lost his brother Joseph Omondi in 2018, before his death he had been struggling with alcohol and drug addiction.