Some Nigerian celebrities have taken to their social media platforms to pay their tribute to popular radio presenter Tosyn Bucknor who passed on at the age of 37.
It was earlier reported that Bucknor was found dead by her husband, Aurelien Boyer, when he arrived at home from work on Monday night.
The versatile media personality and writer was born with sickle cell anemia.
During her lifetime she worked with Top Radio, and was an on-air -personality at Inspiration FM Lagos before her sad demise.
Nigerian celebrities took to their Twitter pages, expressing sadness over her death.
The Peoples Democratic Party Governorship Candidate in Lagos, Jimi Agbaje, said, “I just received a sad news of the passage of Tosyn Bucknor due to complication of sickle cell. Tosyn fought a good fight.
Singer, Johnny Drille wrote, “I wont be where i am but for Tosyn Bucknor. I am eternally grateful for the time she was with us.
“Pray for her family to find comfort this dark time “he said.
Actor, Funke Akindele Jenifa wrote: Sad! rest in peace Tosyn Bucknor. you were such a pleasant and happy lady.
Actor and Singer, Banky Wellington described Tosyn as one of his favourite peole on earth.
“Yes it was true. I really loved her. she was so full of life and incredible positive energy.
“I believe she is resting in a better place, but i am hurting bad because i wasn’t ready to say goodbye.
“This world needs more people like her. Today I am completely heartbroken that I lost one of my favourite people, I will miss her forever “he said.
Singer Ksolo wrote: Tosyn Bucknor dead? GOD!!! This is not the right news for me.
“May God Almighty grant all her loved ones fortitude to bear this loss. RIP to an angel n Area Mama, “he said.
Comedian Seyi Law wrote “I am not sure your energy was comparable. You were one of the kindest persons, I have ever seen. You were too adorable. You were the life of the party.
“A voice that gave beauty to our radio. You were one of the best human beings, I have ever known. Tosin Bucknor, I celebrate your impacts and what you stood for.