Singer, 23, falls to death from hotel room after tying knot with girlfriend

Singer, 23, falls to death from hotel room after tying knot with girlfriend

May 18, 2021

A PROMINENT Brazilian singer has tragically died after falling from a fifth floor hotel room, according to local reports.

Kevin Nascimento Bueno, 23, also known as MC Kevin, died following the incident at a beachside neighbourhood of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on May 16.


It comes just two weeks after he married his criminal lawyer girlfriend, Deolane Bezerra, in Mexico.

She was present at his final concert on Saturday.

Reports confirm that fire brigade were called to the scene on Sunday evening and took a man to hospital in a critical condition, where he later passed away.

Following his death, his wife posted a photo of the couple embracing at their wedding to Instagram Stories, which she captioned: "You are and will always be the love of my life, the most beautiful love I had, the man who loved and admired me the most!

“Go with God, my boy, I will always love you!"

Known professionally as MC Kevin, the popular singer from Sao Paulo had amassed 8.6 million followers on Instagram.

He had also racked up millions of views on YouTube with a further 1.8 million registered monthly listeners on Spotify.

He was known for his signature funk paulista genre of music which often included lyrics about cars, motorbikes, drinking and women.

However, he had previously been the subject of a number of Police charges, which included footage of him swearing aggressively at the police earlier this year.

He was also arrested at a hotel in the city of Belo Horizonte for drug use in 2019 and was reported by his neighbours for breaching COVID-19 restrictions last year.

The police are continuing to investigating the case.


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