Watch Kefee’s Short Video A Day Before The Coma, Truth About What Happened To her

A close friend to Kefee explains what happened to the gospel singer in her last days in the US before she went into the coma that led to her death.

He wrote; 

‘So sad, this has got to be one of the saddest moments in my life. There should be some corrections though. She was on a flight from Los Angeles to Chicago, but she collapsed and was taken to a hospital in Las Vegas. She died in Vegas but she didn’t die pf pregnancy complications.  I was with her the day before she collapsed. She had been in Los Angeles already. She performed at Gospel Faith Mission House of Testimony on Sunday.

The next day, Monday, she was shooting a music video in Hollywood, CA. I was one of her camera guys. She seemed fine that day, and I could see nothing wrong with her at all. She was happy, smiling, dancing, laughing and enjoying herself.

There was a whole crew and we spent the entire day shooting the video. The next day, she was supposed to board a plane to Chicago for what I believe was either another concert or another video shoot, I’m not exactly sure but as she boarded the plane and they took off, she collapsed. The pilots were forced to land the plane in Las Vegas, Nevada and there she was taken to the hospital.

She’s been in a coma ever since and now this. She’s passed and my heart is heavy. I had so much fun shooting her video. And if you could see all the excitement was caused, you would be so happy. It is a sad moment indeed. I just can’t believe this. R.I.P. because you served the Lord well Kefee. R.I.P.’
Watch the video filmed shortly before her death below


  1. My heart is so heavy. I’m having uncontrollable tears dropping down my cheeks. My Queen has gone. My kokoroko has gone. Who will give me another song that change my mood when I play it? God knows that its pains my heart to believe that your no more. RIP Branama Queen!

  2. Hypertension does not warn you, it is a silent killer. Being preeclampsia, she shouldnt have being performing and needs to stay on bed rest, taking her pills and monitoring her blood pressure constantly. It’s so sad she died but prevention is better than cure and early check up is important. If you’ve being diagnosed, constant check up is very important. Obgyn experience