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Clarence Peters debunks claims of arrest over Kodak’s death

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Music video director, Clarence Peters has debunked claims surrounding the death of Kodak, the video vixen. 

Recall Salient Times reported that Kodak formally known as Love Divine died of eletrocution at Clarence Peter’s house on April 29, 2020, while she was operating her phone as it was plugged. 

According to Clarence Peters, no one has been arrested or arraigned by the police over her death as reported. 

He also stated that he was not in the building where Kodak died as he was in another building close to the one where the incident happened. 

Read Peters full statement below: 

A statement issued reads: 

“On the 29th of April 2020, Love Divine Ike (Picture Kodak) was in the dance studio, on the premises of Capital Dreams Pictures, with 5 other team members and myself – 7 people in total. 

At about 7:30 pm on the same day, while in another office – a building beside the dance studio, on the same premises, some people who were said to be with Love Divine at the time, rushed in and called my attention to the fact that Love Divine had collapsed. 

We immediately rushed her to the nearest hospital, which refused to let us into their premises, let alone admit her. 

They assumed she was a Covid-19 patient. 

We tried, but we were not able to gain entry into a second hospital. 

We eventually got her to a third hospital where she was pronounced dead 30 minutes after arrival. 

I was not physically in the same room as her when the incident occurred, and when I inquired, I was told by those present at the scene that Love Divine, while taking a break from the dance session, was sitting on one of the metal sliding door rails, charging and using her phone plugged to an extension box. 

The witnesses didn’t realize anything was wrong, until they saw she had laid down, and they noticed smoke coming from her chest area. 

She was said to be electrocuted, her phone was found on her chest, with severe burn marks, and the phone’s imprint on her chest. 

The witnesses were taken to the Ojodu Police Headquarters straight from the hospital where statements were taken and the phone (which had traces of burnt flesh on it) was deposited.