In an exclusive report by GhanaCelebrities.com, the sudden demise of Zylofon Media’s Willie Roi could be as a result of mounting debts and other financial issues after Nana Appiah Mensah’s Menzgold collapsed.
In the report, Sammy Flex is said to have housed Willie Roi due to his financial issues and looking at how he died, with blood oozing from his mouth could be that he committed suicide.
Read the full exclusive report below:
“The shocking death of Zylofon Media’s Willie Roi could be set to get even more shocking as information reaching GhanaCelebrities.Com puts it in a whole new light.
The head of Zylofon Arts Club was found dead on Sunday, February 10th 2019. The nation was shocked over the news since Willie Roi was not known to be currently sick or suffering from any serious ailment.
However, information picked up by GhanaCelebrities.Com points to a possible new angle on the veteran music producer’s passing.
Willie Roi was reportedly found bleeding from his mouth, which possibly points towards death by poisoning. Sources close to him who have spoken with us believe he could have committed suicide due to mounting debt caused by his deteriorating financial situation.
Willie Roi had fallen on hard financial times due to the issues surrounding Zylofon and was being catered for by Sammy Flex. The former Communications Director for the company was even accommodating Roi on occasion at his residence due to his issues, GhanaCelebrities.Com has been told.
Sources suspect Roi could have decided to end it all and the state of his body is only fueling that speculation.
At this point, only an autopsy could tell what really happened to Roi and it’s an open question if his family would request one or not”.
May his soul rest in peace.
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