Costa Titch’s music continues to leave a lasting impact on the music industry, even in his absence.
Throughout his brief but impressive career, the late rapper delivered a string of hit songs, and one standout track, “Big Flexa,” has garnered significant attention both in South Africa and beyond.
In fact, this infectious tune has achieved global success and is currently making waves on Nigeria’s top 100 charts.
The influence of Costa Titch’s music has reached far and wide, captivating listeners across borders.
Amidst this international recognition, Costa Titch’s mother took to Instagram – as she’s been the one handling the page – to express her heartfelt appreciation to the people of Nigeria.
“Message from Mama Titch for the people of Nigeria: Many thanks for all the love and support for my son. You all have a special place in my heart.
I was blessed to spend some time in your country, so this means so much to me,” she wrote.
She acknowledged the immense love and support they have shown her son’s music, emphasizing the special place they hold in her heart.
Having had the opportunity to spend time in Nigeria, the outpouring of support from Nigerians resonated deeply with her.
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However, the tragic circumstances surrounding Costa Titch’s untimely passing on March 11, 2023, still remain shrouded in mystery.
His sudden collapse while performing on stage has prompted an ongoing police investigation.
Yet, the progress of the inquiry has been hindered by the delayed release of the toxicology results.
The National Health Laboratory Services, responsible for conducting these tests, often takes an extended period to finalize their findings, causing anguish and frustration for Costa Titch’s mother and other grieving parents in South Africa.
This unfortunate delay not only prolongs the wait for answers but also raises concerns about the potential for those responsible for Costa Titch’s demise to escape justice.
In a heartfelt plea for assistance, Costa Titch’s mother seeks help in expediting the process of obtaining the vital toxicology results.
“The National Health Laboratory Services can take months or even years to finalise toxicology tests.
This means I am not the only mother in South Africa that has to wait for answers. It also means if anyone did poison my son, they could get away with murder.
I’m pleading for help to get answers as even the police cannot do anything without these medical results.” She wrote.
She emphasizes that without this crucial information, even the police’s efforts to uncover the truth are limited.
Her plea highlights a big problem that many mothers in the country face, having to wait a long time for answers, which makes them feel worried and upset.
The urgency to obtain these medical results is not only essential for justice but also for bringing closure and peace to those affected by Costa Titch’s tragic loss.