In Summary

  • Drae Frank, the Graphic designer behind Wajackoya Weed t-shirts has died.
  • The cause of his death has not been made public.
  • Choosing to be cremated draw confusions from his fans as thought  he saw his death.

Drae Frank, the Graphic designer behind Wajackoya ‘Weed’ t-shirts has died.

Drae whose real name was Franklin Ndirangu was the founder of Perma Prints.The cause of his death has not been made public.

A recent tweet dated November 20 pointed out his wish to be cremated instead of being buried.

“Mi nayo msinizike.. Mnicremate,” he tweeted.

Choosing to be cremated draw confusions from his fans as others thought he saw his death.

His spouse identified as @ Miss_Patriciah alias Honey Pot took to her Twitter account/ X account to mourn the love of her life saying that passing away of her hubby has shattered her.

“21. 11. 2023, My baby’s gone.I’m shattered.Thank you all for your calls and I’m sorry for everyone whose call I’ve not picked.It’s been hectic. Matoh, Amacha and I will update y’all on everything soon.” She tweeted.

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Some of the condolences messages

Drae Frank: Kenyan Youth Minting a Fortune From Selling Wajackoya T-Shirts
Drae Frank, Wajackoya’s printed t-shirt:Photo Courtesy

”We are saddened by the  news of @Draefrank passing.Our collective hearts are heavy with sympathy.Was in the same chama with him amongst other member,”

”To @Miss Patriciah,we don’t know how to heal your pain but wish we could.Know you’re in our prayers and we wish you well.”

”To His fam and close friends ,@sfpxl6 @Amacheez and the rest,Although it’s difficult today to see beyond the sorrow,may looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow and days to come,Rest in Peace.”@Dre-ideas.

”So happy to have known you in this lifetime and if there are other lifetimes I would love to be your friend again in each and every one of them.You and Matoh really held me down and I am forever grateful.Rest easy my dear Quickmart Chronixx.”@Skillipeng

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2 Comments

  • Lanny

    27/11/2023

    Heⅼlo, just wanted to mention, I enjoyed this article. It was practіcal.
    Keep on posting!

    • Bevaline Macreen

      29/11/2023

      Thank you so much!

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