Clarence Peters has finally spoken for the first time following the death of video vixen, Love Divine, aka Kodak, who was allegedly electrocuted in his studio.
The music video director took to Instagram to release a statement. In it, he narrated how Kodak died and also paid tribute to the late dancer whose tragic death occurred on Wednesday, April 29.
Since her death took place in Clarence’s studio, some social media users expected him to react soon and they took to his old posts on Instagram to question him.
Clarence has now spoken up to defend himself and mourn the dead.
He wrote on Instagram: