The death of Costa Titch is allegedly related to a seizure brought on by flashing lights on stage.
Costa Titch, a South African rapper and dancer who died while performing at the Ultra Music Festival at the Exhibition Centre in Johannesburg, marked the end of an era.
South Africans have been attempting to make sense of the tragedy because it was so abrupt and shocking. What may have happened to the rapper to trigger his untimely death? He hadn’t even turned 28 yet.
According to recent accounts, the singer must have been impacted by the stage’s flashing light because she has a history of seizures. The lights are thought to have caused his epileptic episodes and led to his death, which would be the second musician to pass away in two months after AKA (who was, coincidentally, a Costa Titch).
Costa Titch, whose birth name is Constantinos Tsobanoglou, collapsed and died while performing at the Expo Centre, in Johannesburg. And although the exact cause of death has not been medically established, multiple reports point at the flashing lights on stage as having affected him and provoked an epileptic fit which led to his death.
The family has acknowledged his death in a post on his verified Instagram page while also thanking the public for their support.