XCLUSIV FOTOS: One Week Celebration of Ronnie Coaches

Yesterday November 28, 2013 was exactly one week since the untimely demise of Ronnie Coaches, one half of Hiplife group Buk Bak. The Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) led by Nana K.O Duah (a.k.a. Tic-Tac), who is the Chairman of the Greater Accra Regional Branch of MUSIGA, put together a one week celebration at King Solomon Dansoman Accra, from 8am. Some of the notable faces and stakeholders from the showbiz fraternity present included; Bolaray from Joy FM, Peace FM’s Kwasi Aboagye, Samini and his High Grade Family, Amanda Jissi, Shegee, Trigmatic, DJ Black, Nana Kontihene, Gospel singer Bernard Amankwa, Kobby Rana, Actor Eddie Nartey, Tic Tac, Dr. Pounce among others. Ronnie family and families of some of his baby mothers were also present. Speaking of Peace FM’s Entertainment Review yesterday, Mr. Decarlo Coaches father of the late Ronnie Coaches said it is not part of the Gas tradition to celebrate one week of someone’s death but MUSIGA put the one week celebration together so they were there to support as his family. Mr. Coaches confirmed that indeed his dead son left behind multiple baby mothers as already speculated in the media. He disclosed that officially as a father he can confirm that he is aware of four different kids with four different mothers. Mr. Coaches added that he is not surprise a lot of women are coming up claiming they had an affair with his son because his son is a very handsome man and popular music star and obviously he would attract a lot of women so he wouldn’t be surprise if a lot more women own up as his girlfriend. About the funeral arrangement, Mr. Coaches said MUSIGA will open a book of condolence at its offices after which the funeral committee would announce the date for the final funeral rite. The ex-member of Buk Bak hiplife group, Ronnie, 36, died Thursday morning November 21 at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital after a heart attack.