It Wasn't A Prank, We Thought She Died - DJ Michelle's Sister Opens Up After Her Rescue

It Wasn't A Prank, We Thought She Died - DJ Michelle's Sister Opens Up After Her Rescue
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It Wasn't A Prank, We Thought She Died - DJ Michelle's Sister Opens Up After Her Rescue
22nd November 2021, 02:22 PM

It Wasnt A Prank, We Thought She Died Dj Michelles Sister Opens Up After Her Rescue

Nigerian disc jockey, DJ Michelle Abesin's sister, Stella Abesin has shut down rumours insinuating that the dj fake her death. 

It would be recalled that Stella Abesin had raised alarm last Thursday that her sister drowned at a Lagos beach while people watched.

"My sister did not deserve this, I can’t breathe. They all stood there and watched her drown. God, where’s my sister?? Where’s her body?" she wrote. 

However, the 21-year-old DJ was recovered alive from the water 24 hours after she was presumed dead.

Taking to Instagram on Sunday, November 21, Stella said contrary to the rumours making the round on social media, the incident wasn't a prank, adding that they thought Michelle had died. 

"Just to be clear, this wasn't a prank. We thought we lost Michelle and we are lucky to have her back," she wrote. 

"We plead to the public to stop making bad jokes about something this sensitive and also Michelle has no access to phone or social media

"To our friends and families, thank you for your prayers and support." she added. 

She also disclosed that some person is impersonationg her sister and demanding for money from the public. 

According to her, Michelle has no access to phone or her social media acounts at the moment.

"My heart is broken. Let her recover for God sake." she said.

It Wasn't A Prank, We Thought She Died - DJ Michelle's Sister Opens Up After Her Rescue

It Wasn't A Prank, We Thought She Died - DJ Michelle's Sister Opens Up After Her Rescue

It Wasn't A Prank, We Thought She Died - DJ Michelle's Sister Opens Up After Her Rescue

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