Bishop Kwame Asiamah, aka Ajagurajah, who is the leader and founder of Universal Spiritual Outreach (Ajagurajah Movement), has taken to social media to express his displeasure with the family of 2PM about how they did the TikToker’s funeral.
Ajagurajah, in a live TikTok video, spoke about how wrong it was for the family of 2PM to make his corpse stand while mourners surrounded it during his funeral that was held quite recently. Apart from expressing his disdain for the lavish burial thrown by the family,
Ajagurajah also sparked doubts regarding the circumstances surrounding 2 PM’s passing, carefully pointing out that the family claimed it was an accident but it will be best if a proper investigation is done.
He is not the only person who seems dissatisfied with how the funeral at 2PM was arranged. There has been a lot of public criticism, which has sparked debates and raised concerns about cultural norms and the right way to hold a funeral. In the video session, which was monitored by Ghanaweb, Ajagurajah reportedly said:
“Social media life made 2PM complacent; he died a stupid death and was buried the same way. The family member who suggested the idea that the corpse of a 23-year-old boy should be made to stand is a fool. How can someone die this way and you will make the dead body stand because of show off?
“He could have been laid down. They did this to silence him because they knew something about his death. You claim bad roads killed him; is it not the same thing that people use every day? This does not make sense. I hope 2PM deals with those responsible for his death,” he said
2PM cause of death: How did he die?
TikTok star 2PM reportedly died in a motorcycle accident on Friday, November 17, 2023, in Wassa Akropong. According to reports, the incident occurred around 9:30 p.m., and his body was taken to the morgue at the Wassa Akropong Government Hospital.
2PM was known for his rap skills and “Bars” and he became more famous following his interview with Nana Ama McBrown on Onua Showtime.
He had a song titled “Bibini Yɛ Nipa” and was yet to leave an indelible mark in the Ghanaian music industry when he died. His death came as a shock and many could not fathom how a promising young man like 2 PM would die prematurely and under such circumstances. May his soul rest in peace.