16 February 2013

Nigeria: Goldie's Husband Releases Wedding, Childhood Pictures of Late Wife

Andrew Harvey, the widower of flamboyant Nigerian musician, Goldie Harvey, who passed away on Thursday night has released several photographs of their times together including those of the wedding.

He also released some childhood photographs of the later musician. Until now, many fans of the late musicians didn't know she was married, what with her dalliance with Kenya rapper, Prezzo, who was a fellow contestant in last year's All Stars Big Brother Africa show.

It is not known whether the couple later separated. But Andrew mourned the late musician on his Facebook page all day on Thursday and Friday.

Shortly after news of the musician's death broke on Thursday, Andrew announced, "To all my friends, I just want to let you know that my closest and best friend (Susan 2Goldie" Harvey) just passed tonight. am sure you will hear the rumours from paparazzi. may her soul rest in eternal peace."

Shortly afterwards, he wrote, "To my bestest friend Susan "Goldie Harvey" I will miss your being so much!! Am sure the lord has you in his arms tonight!"

Then on Friday, he released 58 pictures, entitling it, "A few pictures of my Time with Susan (Goldie) Harvey before her untimely passing".

The musician, who was a contestant at the last Big Brother Africa reality show passed away at Reddington Hospital in Victoria Island, Lagos.

She reportedly returned from the U.S. on Thursday before suddenly falling ill and taken to the hospital where she died.

"It is with heavy heart that I have to inform you all that Goldie passed this night shortly after arriving Lagos from LA. May her soul rest in the eternal peace of the Lord - Admin!!" her management announced on her Facebook page on Thursday night.

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