Unconfirmed reports say Ghetto Link member, Miti, dies from suicide


Social media has reacted to unconfirmed reports that a member of legendary Zambian boy band, Ghetto Link, has taken his own life after his wife allegedly cheated on him.

Nathan Miti, alias Pyper, posted a lengthy post on Facebook justifying the reason why he decided to commit suicide.

In a suicide note posted on his social media handle, Miti accused his spouse of infidelity, listing 12 men as the people she cheated on him with.

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“I did it because I truly loved her from the bottom of my heart. My heart could not stand the nonsense that she is in to,” read the post in part.

It is, however, unclear specific details of when, where and how the singer took his own life.

The news of the artiste’s passing has disturbed many who took to the deceased’s social media account to express shock at his death.

People tried to talk him out of committing suicide but it was too late.

“Take heart and leave everything with God, don’t kill yourself because of one person, think about your children and family,” one social media user advised him.

Netizens posted in disbelief that the talented artiste had committed suicide.

“We have lost a very energetic man full of life, God have mercy,” a post read.

Others initially thought it was a joke until news of his passing filtered through.

“Uncle sure when I saw this post I thought it’s a joke you have killed yourself. I can’t believe, may your soul rest in peace.”

The artiste’s passing comes a month after Ghetto Link regrouped following years of staying inactive as a collective.

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