Xploder: British-Ghanaian Rapper And Uncle John’s Bakery CEO Dies Of COVID-19

Samuel Mensah (image via Vice/Zamira Rahim)

British-Ghanaian rapper, Samuel Mensah – also known by his stage name, Xploder – has died of COVID-19, according to GRM Daily.

He was known for appearing on grime tracks like Mission Riddim alongside his brother D Dark, Scrufizzer, Lady Lykez, Roachee, Maxsta and Zeph Ellis, as well D Dark’s Be Smart Remix with Ms Banks and Scrufizzer.

Samuel Mensah (image credit: Black British Business Awards)

He presented the podcast ‘Dope Black Dads‘, which talks about modern Black fatherhood.

Samuel was also known for being the CEO of London-based Ghanaian bakery business Uncle John’s, which celebrated its 25th anniversary in December 2020.

Samuel Mensah (Instagram/Uncle John’s Bakery)

It was featured in Forbes’ list of 30 black owned businesses to support in 2021. Uncle John’s Bakery has also been featured in The Guardian, Vice, Seasoned Buzzfeed, and Melan Mag.

The bakery, according to Mirror, has been giving free loaves of bread to NHS workers during the coronavirus pandemic.

His fellow rappers and fans took to Twitter to pay tribute to him and send their condolences to his family:

source: kuulpeeps.com

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