Did Ghananian Artiste, Castro predict his death?

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Hiplife artiste Theophilus Tagoe popularly known
as Castro appears to have, a year ago, predicted his
own death in exactly the same manner it happened.

Rescue operations started Sunday for Castro and his
female companion, Janet Bandu who went missing
Sunday while jet skiing in the waters of Ada.

Castro and Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan were at
the Peace Holiday Resort, a beach resort in Ada,
together with some friends, for recreation when the
unfortunate incident occurred.

The Marine division of the Ghana Police intensified
search operations Monday but as at Friday, hopes of
finding Castro and Janet alive seem to have been lost.

With different tales of the possible cause of his death
emerging from different quarters, there are
indications that he might have predicted how he may
die in one of his songs.

In a song released last year titled ‘She Dey Do Me’, the
hiplife artiste’s lyrics is a clear picture of events that
led to his possible death.

In the song, Castro sings in Ga. The translation of the
song reads:

I fell into a river and began to swim

I felt the sweetness of it and I began to struggle

The river should carry me away

I followed the sweetness of sugar

And brought trouble upon myself.

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