- Nigerian Skit maker Craze Clown has paid tribute to his friend Christian Atsu
- The Hatayspor forward was confirmed dead on Saturday after his lifeless body was found
- Atsu paid the tuition fees of Craze Clown when he was in school
Talented Nigerian comedian, Craze Clown has revealed how late Ghana winger Christian Atsu paid of his tuition when he lost his father.
Atsu sadly passed away following a devastating earthquake in Turkey and Syria which claimed the lives of over 40,000 people.
The Hatayspor forward was trapped under rubble for the past 12 days after the city of Hatay was badly destroyed by the disaster.
Atsu's lifeless body was pulled out of wreckage on Saturday, February 18, 2023.
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Following the confirmation of the passing of the Ghanaian football, the popular Nigerian skit-maker took to social media to express share Atsu's good deed.
"Christian has been supporting me from way back 2015. When I lost my dad, he l reached out and offered to pay my fees till I graduated and he did. You’ve been a great friend of mine Chris and I will surely miss you. I really can’t hold back the tears. Rest well brother," he wrote on Twitter.
Rest Well my Friend Christian Atsu. So many things to say about you coz you had a heart of gold. I sincerely prayed for God to keep you alive because it is going to be so hard for your Loved ones. I pray God gives your family the strength to handle this pain.
"Great guy on and off the pitch," he added.
The former Chelsea and Newcastle player's last game for Hatayspor was against Kasimpasa, when he came off the bench to score the winner.
Atsu confirmed dead
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Ghana and Hatayspor winger, Christian Atsu Twasam has reportedly been found dead following the earthquake in Turkey.
The Black Stars winger sadly passed away 12 days after being trapped under rubble following the devastating earthquake that hit the city of Hatay. He died at the age of 31.
According to the player's Turkish manager, Murat Uzunmehmet, Atsu was pulled out of the wreckage dead.