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İbrahim Özer, nicknamed Cimilli İbo, who has been a diabetic for a long time, had a kidney transplant due to kidney failure and was treated for an infection he caught as soon as he did, passed away yesterday in the hospital where he was treated in Istanbul. Özer, who got his nickname from the village of Cimil in his hometown İkizdere, was bid farewell to his last journey after the noon prayer in Rize the previous day.
Ozer’s funeral was attended by AK Party Rize Deputy Muhammed Avcı, Rize Governor Kemal Ceber, Rize Mayor Rahmi Metin, Provincial Police Chief Nurettin Gökduman, political party provincial heads as well as thousands of fans, while among his colleagues from the art world Davut Güloğlu, Onay Other than Şahin, Şükrü Güler and a few local musicians, the lack of participation did not go unnoticed.
At the funeral, some citizens did not leave the coffin and broadcast the funeral live on social media with their mobile phones, which also caused reactions. From time to time, the relatives of the artist had a hard time warning the citizens to stay away due to the epidemic.
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The Black Sea artist Şükrü Güler, who stated that she deeply saddened everyone with the death of İbrahim Özer, known as Cimilli İbo, said, “He is a popular name in the Black Sea, our brother. First brother Ayhan passed away, now Cimilli İbo. It is said that the word ends. There we are now. We are very sad. 3-5 months of hospitalization, kidney transplant as soon as we do it, infection if we do not. We are the fans who suffered the most. So condolences to the entire art community. This is not something that has happened now, it has been years. “Do we call it disloyalty?
“CIMILLI TODAY, ME TOMORROW”
The Black Sea artist Davut Güloğlu, who attended the funeral, argued that people should protect their values and said, “We have lost a great value of the Black Sea. We lost a very valuable brother who represented the Black Sea region for years with both his jokes and his music. May Allah make his place and place heaven. I would also like to thank all my fellow citizens from Rize for filling this area. We said goodbye to Cimilli here today, tomorrow it will be me. It is important to protect our values. In our country, there is a loss of value for both art and people. Let’s own them all. We may be offended by our friends who are here and could not come,” he said.
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