Patrick Fakoya, also known as Rico Swavey, was a roommate on season 3 of Big Brother Naija. His death has been confirmed. Alex and Toby Baccare, who lived with him, also said on social media on Thursday that he had died. The former BBN star was in a car accident that put him in a coma. On Thursday morning, he passed away. Follow For More updates on our website or Google News
Bakre put a picture of Rico Swavey in the hospital on his Twitter page and wrote that the victim was on life support. After he died in a car accident, Big Brother Naija’s roommate’s family starts to raise money for him in season 3.
Gerardo, an Ecuadorian rapper, and singer released Rico Suave as a single in 1990. It was on his 1991 album Mo’ Ritmo. On April 13, 1991, the song was No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 2 on the Hot Rap Singles. In the song, the singer talks about how lucky he is with women and how much he loves them.
The song reached its highest position on VH1’s lists of the 100 Greatest Songs of the ’90s and 100 Greatest One-Hit Wonders. It was also #37 on Blender’s list of the 50 Worst Songs of All Time. The song uses parts of Give It Up or Turnit a Loose by James Brown and Chamo Candela by the tropical or pop dance duo Daiquiri from Venezuela.
In the video for the single, Gerardo and a few male dancers back him up. Gerardo wears a leather jacket with no buttons. A white T-shirt is worn under an oversized blazer by the backup dancer. The beginning of the video shows a singer and two dancers crouching with their backs to the camera in front of a tall building. Gerardo takes off his jacket at the end of the video.